Gravity (GRVY) said it is investigating what it called "certain irregular activities," allegedly on the part of former management.The Seoul-based online games company said former Chairman Jung Ryool Kim "acknowledged" that $6 million in royalty payments weren't accounted for in Gravity's financials. The company said Kim agreed to pay Gravity $7.3 million, representing the funds in question plus interest, on Monday. Gravity said it is assessing the impact on previous financial statements.
Gravity Falls on Probe
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