ARCHIVED  September 13, 2002

Heska de-listed from NASDAQ

FORT COLLINS — When the NASDAQ market opens on Monday, a Fort Collinsbased company will not be on its list.

“It’s not Armageddon,´ said Jason Napolitano, Heska’s chief financial officer and executive vice president. “The media is making it sound like the end of the world.”

After failing to achieve compliance under NASDAQ regulations, Heska Corp. (NASDAQ: HSKA) had its application approved by NASDAQ to transfer the trading of its common stock to the NASDAQ SmallCap Market. The move is official at the opening of trading on Monday. The company will continue to trade under the symbol “HSKA”.

Both NASDAQ National Market and NASDAQ SmallCap are a part of The NASDAQ Stock Market and operate under the same electronic, screen-based dealer market with trading executed through a computer and telecommunications network.

“We think the real challenge we are facing is getting people to hear our story and see the value we offer,” Napolitano said. “It’s not what market we trade on.”

FORT COLLINS — When the NASDAQ market opens on Monday, a Fort Collinsbased company will not be on its list.

“It’s not Armageddon,´ said Jason Napolitano, Heska’s chief financial officer and executive vice president. “The media is making it sound like the end of the world.”

After failing to achieve compliance under NASDAQ regulations, Heska Corp. (NASDAQ: HSKA) had its application approved by NASDAQ to transfer the trading of its common stock to the NASDAQ SmallCap Market. The move is official at the opening of trading on Monday. The company will continue to trade under the symbol “HSKA”.

Both NASDAQ National Market…

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