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June 9, 1998
HealthDesk Corp., a developer of interactive health management products, said it has agreed to merge with MC Informatics in Fountain Valley. Berkeley-based HealthDesk said it will issue about 5 million shares of common stock to MC Informatics' shareholders, representing about 40% of the total outstanding shares after the merger.
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BUSINESS
March 3, 1999
HealthDesk Corp. in Berkeley said its shareholders approved a combination with privately held MC Informatics Inc. in a stock deal. Under the proposed reverse merger, MC Informatics, a Fountain Valley provider of health care staffing and consulting services, will control the combined entity. MC Chief Executive Bill Childs will head the combined company, which will remain in Fountain Valley. HealthDesk will issue 5.6 million shares of stock to MC shareholders.
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BUSINESS
March 3, 1999
HealthDesk Corp. in Berkeley said its shareholders approved a combination with privately held MC Informatics Inc. in a stock deal. Under the proposed reverse merger, MC Informatics, a Fountain Valley provider of health care staffing and consulting services, will control the combined entity. MC Chief Executive Bill Childs will head the combined company, which will remain in Fountain Valley. HealthDesk will issue 5.6 million shares of stock to MC shareholders.
BUSINESS
June 9, 1998
HealthDesk Corp., a developer of interactive health management products, said it has agreed to merge with MC Informatics in Fountain Valley. Berkeley-based HealthDesk said it will issue about 5 million shares of common stock to MC Informatics' shareholders, representing about 40% of the total outstanding shares after the merger.
BUSINESS
June 12, 1999 | Dow Jones
MC Informatics Inc.'s stock was delisted this week from the Nasdaq Small Capitalization Market. The Irvine health-care consulting concern said Friday that a Nasdaq panel ruled that the merger of HealthDesk Corp. and MC Informatics constituted a reverse merger. As a result, MC Informatics must comply with the initial listing requirements of Nasdaq before its shares can trade on Nasdaq. The company doesn't meet those requirements at this time.
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September 17, 1997
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