The investigation focuses on whether CPI and its executives violated federal securities laws by failing to disclose that: (1) CPI's initiatives to grow the business were not working at the levels represented by defendants; (2) CPI's stock was, contrary to Company statements, not a "good investment"; (3) the Company's stock buy-back was intended solely to project false confidence in the Company's prospects; and (4) CPI's cash flows would continue to deteriorate due to poor revenue growth such that the Company's capital structure was not as strong as defendants represented.
CPI stock dropped to $1.98 per share on Dec. 22, after the Company reported a net loss of $7.25 million in the third quarter and a net sales decline of 11%. The stock had traded at a high of $31.21 per share as recently as May 2010.
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