In May of this year, the US Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision that linked adverse reporting to the FDA with financial reporting. Matrixx had information concerning potential problems with Zicam Cold Remedy, the largest selling product in their line. They didn’t reveal the adverse event information to investors because they didn’t find the information statistically significant. The Court concluded that statistical significance is not the threshold for reporting.
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