SEC pulls Cincinnati Microwave registration - Business Courier of Cincinnati:
More than a dozen years after the company issued its last quarterly financial report in September 1996, the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday revoked the securities registration of Cincinnati Microwave Inc.
The SEC said the revocation of the registered securities of Cincinnati Microwave (along with three other unrelated companies) was based on its repeated failure to file required periodic reports with the commission. Cincinnati Microwave was a maker of radar detectors.
It described Cincinnati Microwave as “a cancelled Ohio corporation” that last filed a 10Q for the period ended Sept. 29, 1996. It reported a net loss of $12.8 million for the prior nine months. The company filed a petition for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in February 1997 that was terminated in December 2002, it said.
As recently as last month, the company’s common stock was quoted on the over-the-counter pink sheets and had an average daily trading volume of 3,808 shares for the six months ended Feb. 23, 2009, the SEC said.