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Government Weighs In For Shareholders In Matrixx Supreme Court Case

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

The federal government says materiality should be the standard for deciding when firms must disclose information about problems to shareholders, arguing that Matrixx Initiatives presents a "false choice" between disclosing all information or only that considered statistically significant.
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