Embattled telecom firm DragonWave will be delisted from the Toronto Stock Exchange at the end of this month, the company announced Tuesday, a day after a court-appointed receiver took over control
Despite today’s surge to $1.64 a shere, the company’s stock price are still well off the 52-week high of $8.82.
Ottawa firm’s shares dip below dollar for first time following 2017 earnings
Kanata tech firm DragonWave says it plans to ask for more time to get back into compliance with NASDAQ rules after the company failed to meet an April 17 deadline to adhere to the U.S.
DragonWave (TSX:DWI)(NASDAQ:DRWI) executives say restructuring efforts are improving the Ottawa-based tech firm’s financial picture, even as the company reaches six straight years without turning a
Ottawa-based DragonWave continues to be in transition, CEO Peter Allen told a conference call Thursday.
DragonWave shareholders voted at a special meeting Tuesday to consolidate shares in an effort to avoid being delisted from the Nasdaq stock exchange.
Significant network expansions with key customers in India and North America will boost Ottawa-based DragonWave’s revenue in the coming months, CEO Peter Allen said in a conference call Wednesday.
Shares of Ottawa-based DragonWave soared 74 per cent in midday trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange Wednesday after news the firm had reached an agreement with Nokia on the companies’ future relat