Dina Friday, 05/11/18 12:37:09 AM Re: Tommyb128 post# 225 Post # of 254 There are many previous nasdaq companies which faced delisting and then deregistered. HAUP has less than 300 holders, it´s allowed to deregister, but it´s still a public company and because it´s a public company it´s expected they will file someday. It´s company´s decision when they start to file. If you don´t trust the management, don´t buy shares! You cannot sue them because there is no wrongdoing. Most companies which went dark ran out of business or business failed later. It´s different compared to other deregistered companies because Hauppauge is doing well and it looks improved. I agree, company should update shareholders at least and release financial statements per pr or otcmarkets. It has something to do with responsibility as a public company and they need to inform shareholders. But filings take sometimes awhile and it´s still company´s decision when they do it.