This excerpt taken from the SIRI 10-Q filed Nov 12, 2008.
Our common stock may be delisted by Nasdaq.
Our common stock is currently listed on the Nasdaq Global Select Market. Nasdaq rules require, among other things, that the minimum bid price of our common stock be at least $1.00, On October 16, 2008, Nasdaq suspended the $1.00 per share minimum bid requirement until January 16, 2009. September 19, 2008 is the last day our common stock traded above $1.00 per share. If Nasdaq reinstates the minimum bid price rule and our common stock closes below $1.00 for more than 30 consecutive trading days and we are unable to cure such defect within a 180-day cure period, Nasdaq could delist our common stock from the Nasdaq Global Select Market. Such delisting would likely have an adverse impact on the liquidity of our common stock and, as a result, the market price for our common stock may become more volatile and significantly decline. Such delisting may also result in an event of default under certain of our debt and adversely affect the ability to refinance our existing debt. At our annual meeting of stockholders scheduled to be held in December 2008, we have asked our stockholders to authorize our board of directors to effect a reverse stock split.