Nasdaq Unit Delists
Hemagen Diagnostics Inc., a Columbia biotechnology company, was delisted last month from the Nasdaq small caps market after it failed to meet the required minimum bid price of $1.
Hemagen, which began trading on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board, makes medical kits to diagnose infectious diseases in humans and animals.
Loyola Leases Space
For Graduate Center
Merritt Properties LLC, a regional commercial real estate company, said Loyola College of Maryland signed an agreement to lease 64,000 square feet in Columbia Corporate Park, 8890 McGaw Rd., Columbia.
Loyola plans to open a graduate center in May for programs in business administration, computer science, education and other disciplines.
The building will also house classrooms and offices for the Washington Montessori Institute and Loyola's programs in pastoral counseling and spiritual care.
Moms Inc. Sets
Moms Inc., formerly Bizymoms of Columbia, a networking group for mothers who have home-based businesses or wish to start them, will meet at 10 a.m. the second Tuesday of every month at Donna's Restaurant, 5809 Clarksville Square Dr., Clarksville.
For more information, call Nancy Daniel at 301-854-2369.
Chamber Mixes Mixer,
The Baltimore-Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce will hold a business mixer from 5:15 to 7:15 p.m. Friday at the Show Place Arena, 14900 Pennsylvania Ave., Upper Marlboro, where a woman's college basketball tournament is being held.
The last of four games that day begins at 7:30 p.m. For information about the tournament and the mixer, call 301-725-4000.
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