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My question is fairly simple: Why does the SEC occasionally omit ticker information for a company?

For example, a well behaved company like Darden Restaurants (DRI) looks like this. The ticker is searchable on EDGAR and is present in the Document and Entity Information of the company's 10K.

On the other hand, a badly behaved company like MVB Financial Corp (MVBF) looks like this. The ticker is not searchable on EDGAR and is not present in the Document and Entity Information of the company's 10K. It can however be found here where you see "MVBF" at the start of the URLs.

Does anyone know why the SEC do this? Could it simply be bad reporting practice from these companies?

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