Bed Bath & Beyond may be delisted from Nasdaq Stock market. This is just one of many problems.
The retailer is still waiting to file its quarterly report. Form 10-Q The period ended on Nov. 26, 2022. This prompted a delisting alert which was disclosed by Securities and Exchange in a Securities and Exchange filing.
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This disclosure on Friday spooked investors and is yet another negative for the retailer, which is trying to avoid bankruptcy. The company said it was working hard to finish the data and plans for filing as soon possible to regain compliance under the listing rules.
Bed Bath & Beyond can now submit a plan to regain compliance until March 13, 2023.
The shares have fallen to below $1.00 in the meantime.
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The retailer opened last week selling off assets Sycamore Partners, a private equity firm, ahead of a possible bankruptcy Notifying the closing of 150 locations incremental cost savings of around $80 million to $101 million including overhead expense, headcount and other expenses, to achieve approximately $500 million annually in savings.
Despite FOX Business’s inquiries, Bed Bath & Beyond has not yet responded.
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