STOCKSEPlus Gets Nasdaq Noncompliance NoticeEPlus of Herndon received a noncompliance notice from the Nasdaq Stock Market because of its failure to file a quarterly financial report for the period ended Dec. 31. The computer-products reseller said it also failed to file its financial statements for the fiscal year ended March 31 and the quarters ended June 30 and Sept. 30. EPlus, which was issued a stay of delisting from the exchange earlier this year, is to remain listed on the Nasdaq during a review by the Nasdaq Listing and Hearings Review Council. TELECOMUSA Mobility in Wireless AllianceUSA Mobility of Alexandria and Amcom Software of Minneapolis announced an alliance to market and sell wireless gear to health-care organizations. USA Mobility sells one-way paging and two-way messaging devices, as well as offering services through Sprint Nextel. Amcom offers a variety of software applications. MERGERS & ACQUISITIONSAOL Extends Offer for Swedish MarketerAOL of Dulles extended its $900 million cash offer for TradeDoubler of Sweden, an Internet marketing company, to March 14 to win over shareholders who have balked at the bid. The bid, announced Jan. 15, was set to expire this week. When it made the offer, AOL said 20 percent of TradeDoubler's shareholders had agreed to accept it. The new statement did not say whether more investors had agreed. EXECUTIVESCarlyle Names Director of Turkish InvestmentsThe Carlyle Group, a District buyout firm, hired Can Deldag from Ernst & Young to be its managing director for investments in Turkey. Deldag is to join Carlyle's Middle East and North Africa division March 12. He is to be based in Istanbul. Carlyle said it was hiring 15 people based in Istanbul, Cairo and Dubai to buy stakes in companies across the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey.

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