EveryWare to be Delisted from Nasdaq

EveryWare Global, because it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, will be delisted from the Nasdaq Stock Market, according to Nasdaq, which has filed a petition to do so with the Securities and Exchange Commission
April 9, 2015Allison Zisko

everywarelogoLANCASTER, Ohio-EveryWare Global, because it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, will be delisted from the Nasdaq Stock Market, according to Nasdaq, which has filed a petition to do so with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The delisting is expected to be effective April 17.

EveryWare said it will not appeal the delisting determination. As previously reported, EveryWare filed a voluntary petition for a prepackaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy earlier this week.

EveryWare said it expects to be quoted on the OTC Bulletin Board or in the “Pink Sheets,” for which it must comply with certain SEC regulations.

Allison ZiskoAllison Zisko | Managing Editor/Tabletop Editor
azisko@hfnmag.com

After 15 years of covering the tabletop industry, Allison Zisko is still as enthusiastic as ever about the dinnerware, glassware and flatware categories. An in-depth analysis of how the category works intrigues her just as much as the latest fashion trends. As managing editor, Allison oversees the daily e-newsletter and works behind the scenes to help produce the print issue each month. She also directs HFN’s housewares coverage and covers the cutlery category. An avid reader, Allison is eager to talk to anyone and everyone about the latest book they are reading.

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