Agro Bio, BrightStar, Stratatech, & More: This Week’s WI Watchlist
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Nasdaq stock exchange, the Milwaukee Business Journal reported. On Thursday, Nasdaq sent Connecture a deficiency notice because it “did not meet the Nasdaq Global Market’s $15 million minimum market value for publicly held shares,” according to the report. Now Connecture must, by the end of October, have its publicly traded shares be valued at a minimum of $15 million for 10 consecutive business days, the newspaper reported.
—Wauwatosa-based Epiphany Learning, which makes online, individualized educational software, acquired My Learning Collaborative Solution, which is also based in the Milwaukee area. Financial terms were not disclosed in a press release announcing the deal.
—The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel profiled The Wellness Network, a Pewaukee-based company that operates multiple television channels available through “in-hospital TV networks.” The channels provide patients with health education content. The company, which began as a service of Chicago-based GE Healthcare, now counts more than 2,300 hospitals as customers, according to the report.