The lawsuit claims the Canadian manufacturer of interactive whiteboards, which are used to make classroom presentations, failed to disclose a significant decline in sales growth and poor performance of a company it had acquired.
Lead plaintiffs Robert LeFever and Gail Runnells say they bought shares in July at US$17 each, and claim the share value fell after interim financial statements were released in November.
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