OKLAHOMA CITY -- Homeland Stores here said it has appealed Nasdaq's determination to delist its stock. s and has requested a hearing before the Nasdaq Listings Qualification panel to review the determination. There is no assurance that Homeland will continue to be listed on the Nasdaq board, the company said. Homeland also released its results for the 16-week fourth quarter and year ended Dec. 30. For the year, sales rose 7.4% to $600.1 million, but the company experienced a net loss of ...

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