INGLES MARKETS RECEIVES 2ND DELINQUENCY NOTICE d last week its stock may be delisted by the Nasdaq exchange after it received a notice of delinquency because of Ingles' failure to file its Form 10-Q report for its fiscal first quarter. Brenda S. Tudor, chief financial officer, said in a statement that "the company is working diligently to complete the filing of its Form 10-Q for the December 2004 quarter. We believe once we get this filing completed, we will be able to get back on track ...

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