NEW YORK — Spiegel Inc. on Friday entered into a consent decree with the Securities and Exchange Commission that, among other conditions, requires the appointment of an independent auditor to review the firm’s financial records going back to the start of 2000.

The SEC sued Spiegel in a Chicago federal district court for failure to disclose material information about its ability to continue operating its business.

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