Spansion Delisted By Nasdaq; Stock Swoons

Spansion (SPSN) announced today that the stock will be delisted by Nasdaq at today’s close.

The NOR flash memory chip company, which is operating under Chapter 11 of the federal bankruptcy code, said that it is “making progress” on its restructuring plans. The company recently said it is focused on its embedded solutions and IP licensing market, and is seeking alternatives for its wireless business. The company said discussions with creditors “continue to progress.”

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