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$100 million NJ deli company was delisted for ‘irregularities’ — related firm E-Waste is under scrutiny, too – CNBC

N.J. deli owner Hometown International had its stock delisted by an over-the-counter markets firm. The company’s CEO is high school wrestling coach Paul Morina.

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The $100 million company that owns a New Jersey deli was delisted from an over-the-counter market platform because of public disclosure “irregularities,” according to the firm that booted that the mysterious delicatessen operator.
OTC Markets Group executives also told CNBC on Thursday that they are now examining the filings of a second firm E-Waste a shell company that has multiple ties to deli owner Hometown International.
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