Supercapacitor leader Maxwell mis-reported earnings; stock plummets 35%, class action lawsuits ensue

Maxwell Technologies rules the supercapacitor landscape, reporting market-leading revenue of $157 million for 2011 (see the September 26, 2012 LRMEJ). Or, slightly less: On March 7, 2013, Maxwell corrected itself, lowering that sum by about $6.5 million. It also cut $5.5 million from its 2012 num...

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