(DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING) -- by By Rebekah Moan Nighthawk remains poised for growth despite a recent announcement that it is closing some offices and cutting jobs, according to a financial analyst who follows the company. On June 11 Nighthawk announced in its 8-K filing to the Securities and Exchange Commission its plan to reduce operating costs by closing offices in San Francisco and Austin, TX, and a portion of its facility in Coeur d’Alene, ID. The company will lay off 35 employees. Nighthawk says it will incur restructuring costs of approximately $1.1 million, with $600,000 in lease disposal charges, $200,000 in asset write-off charges, and $300,000 in employee severance costs.
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