The company formerly known as Herman Miller is now MillerKnoll and trading under its new ticker symbol.
The Zeeland-based company previously called Herman Miller (Nasdaq: MLHR) changed its ticker symbol on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange from “MLHR” to “MLKN” at the open of market trading on Nov. 1.
The ticker symbol changed followed the approval of the company’s name change at its annual shareholder meeting on Oct. 11. The company also officially changed its name from Herman Miller to MillerKnoll on Nov. 1. The name change follows Herman Miller’s acquisition of Knoll on July 19.
“Our new name and stock ticker symbolize the best of both legacy organizations as we move forward as MillerKnoll,” said Andi Owen, CEO of MillerKnoll. “As one of the most influential design companies in the world, MillerKnoll is uniquely positioned to imagine and create beautiful design solutions that endure and inspire. With our integration process well underway, we are poised to transform our industry and define the next era in modern design.”