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Great Neck cash lender faces delisting
Manhattan Bridge Capital, a public cash lending company based in Great Neck, may face being delisted from the Nasdaq stock exchange if it cannot get its stock price up.
The lender announced in a news released Monday that it received notice of possible delisting from Nasdaq because the company's stock has closed at below $1 per share for the past 30 business days.
Per Nasdaq rules, Manhattan...