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Zagg (ZAGG) is a company that got its start selling cases and screen protectors for mobile phones. You know, the thin pieces of plastic that you can buy directly on Amazon from companies in China for $0.99. ZAGG diversified more recently into earphones, but that is also a crowded space and they are at least one or two steps behind companies like Skullcandy (SKUL), which has followed the trend of linking up with celebrities, sports franchises, and DJs.
ZAGG CEO Robert Pedersen resigned unexpectedly on August 17 after selling a significant portion of his shares to meet margin calls and in order, he said, to "focus on his family, his church and a family foundation." On Tuesday, a New Jersey law firm announced it was investigating whether ZAGG had violated federal securities laws related to these events.
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