An Arkansas thrift holding company was delisted from the Nasdaq stock market because it did not file its second-quarter or third-quarter earnings report last year.

HCB Bancshares of Canton blamed the late filings on complications it experienced while switching accounting firms. The company, parent of Heartland Community Bank, decided to switch from a local to a national firm more familiar with Securities and Exchange Commission rules after converting from a mutual to a public company.

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