Vermont Law School professor Mark Latham talked from the South Royalton campus on The :30 about troubles brewing at Green Mountain Coffee Roasters. Latham said, "Basically what an SEC inquiry is, they've got questions, and that's really all we know right now."
Latham explained there were a couple things that could have triggered the inquiry. Criticism of the SEC during the prior 8 years for less than vigorous oversight of public companies is one factor. Latham said, "The administration of the SEC has made it clear they are going to take a much closer look at publicly traded companies."
Secondly, he said, "There have been some modest changes in disclosures that have been made by Green Mountain Coffee Roasters."
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