Shareholders File Class-Action Lawsuit Against Nvidia

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jwalch.hawk

I think it depends.  nVidia is still more than slightly ambiguous about what exactly "abnormal failure rates" means.  That's not so much deceitful as just a lack of communication in general.  As far as I understand what companies are required to disclose, I don't think that they have to disclose things like failure rates explicitely.  Now if we end up finding out that the failure is more widespread than nVidia initially publicized AND that they had every reason to be aware of that fact...  Then yeah, the shareholders have been duped and do have some legal ground to stand on, in my not-even-close-to-a-lawyer opinion.

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