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Banking for the underserved

“We like to say we serve the underserved but not the undeserving,” said Carlos P. Naudon, director, president and CEO of Ponce Bank, a subsidiary of the Ponce Financial Group Inc., which is traded on the Nasdaq and for which he also serves as president and CEO.

Stamford’s HCM Acquisition completes IPO

The company is looking to merge with a financial services provider.

Greenwich SPAC Aetherium Acquistion prices IPO

The company expects the IPO to close on Jan. 3, 2022.

Xerox moves listing from NYSE to Nasdaq

The company did not disclose why it left the NYSE after 60 years.

Greenwich’s AMCI Acquisition Corp. II prices IPO at $150M

The company is trading on NASDAQ under the "AMCIU" ticker.

West Harrison’s Sky Harbour to become publicly traded company

The company is scheduled to trade on the NASDAQ exchange.

Stamford’s Sema4 going public

The new entity will begin trading its shares of common stock and warrants on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the ticker symbols "SMFR" and “SMFRW.”

NYC commuter helicopter service planned for Westchester County Airport

A helicopter service for commuters between Westchester County Airport and New York City is planned to begin as early as March, according to the...

Frontier Communications to be delisted from Nasdaq on Friday

The Norwalk company filed for Chapter 11 last week, at the end of which its shares were trading at 22 cents, compared with $2.69 on April 17, 2019.

FuelCell Energy regains Nasdaq listing compliance

Another county-based energy firm – Stamford’s Revolution Lighting – was delisted from the Nasdaq in December for failing to meet the minimum bid price requirement of $1 per share.

Following months of threats, Nasdaq delists Stamford’s Revolution Lighting

Revolution’s stock has not traded on Nasdaq since it was suspended on Oct. 14.

Interactive Brokers Group to resume Nasdaq listing

The Greenwich-based company was the first listing on the ill-fated IEX exchange.

Tardy quarterly filing adds fuel to Revolution Lighting’s possible Nasdaq delisting

The Stamford company says it presented a plan of compliance to the Nasdaq at a June 6 hearing, which included the possibility of a late filing of its latest quarterly report.

Stamford’s Revolution Lighting gets extension to stay on Nasdaq

The extension is contingent upon company providing written periodic updates to Nasdaq.

FuelCell Energy completes $35.4 million acquisition; still faces financial troubles

Nasdaq has threatened to delist FuelCell Energy if its stock price fails to reach $1 and stay there for 10 consecutive days by May 28.