has settled with the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) for its part in a misstatement of accounts by former partner The SEC suit against, and two of's executives, Kenneth E. Kurtzman and Brian E. Bergeron alleged that helped misstate its financial results in 2000 by resolving a payment dispute using two separate documents each declaring a different settlement time. executives only disclosed one of the documents to the company's auditors, and thereby deferred a $1.5 Million loss. The terms of the settlement included a cease and desist order against all involved and fines totalling $85,000 (US) against the executives. The SEC decision Additional commentary


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