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Logitech pays $7.5 million in accounting penalties

by Jeremy H.
Logitech International SA agreed to pay a $7.5 million penalty related to accusations that the computer peripherals-maker and some former executives improperly inflated the company's results for its 2011 fiscal year.
Jeremy H.
Orlando, Florida, United States
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About Jeremy H.

From 2002 to 2010, I served as lead paralegal and legal writer for a New York and Florida-based investment fraud law firm. In 2010, I branched out on my own to work as a stock fraud consultant, legal writer and copywriter for a select base of private clients. As a freelance writer, I draft content on a wide array of topics -- especially legal matters such as personal injury, immigration, divorce and family law, criminal defense, workers' compensation, criminal, bankruptcy, business litigation, civil litigation, real estate, Social Security disability and more.