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THQ No Longer Listed on NASDAQ Stock Exchange

THQ No Longer Listed on NASDAQ Stock Exchange

It’s official folks. After THQ filed for Bankruptcy last month and later made a deal with Clearlake Capital, the company predicted that they would be delisted from NASDAQ in the next several days. That seems to have happened over the Christmas break, as the company is now using THQIQ as their trading symbol.

Gamasutra details that THQ will be trading in Over-the Counter Markets (OTC), which trade over the phone instead of on an actual trading floor, until the bankruptcy deal has been looked over and given the go ahead. While all this is going on, THQ will continue to work as normal.

Late last month, a rumor stated going around about Ubisoft being interested in acquiring some of THQ’s properties. As of this writing, nothing has come out to either confirm or deny this.

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