Beazer CEO Faces SEC Lawsuit

November 2009
American Banker;11/17/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 207, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on Ian J. McCarthy. McCarthy, chief executive officer of Beazer Homes USA Inc., may be sued by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in relation to allegations in 2008 that it had presented false earnings. The 2008 allegations were settled in September 2008 with Beazer not admitting to any wrongdoing.


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