PARIS — Shares in Pandora A/S fell Thursday after a group of investors said it had sued the Danish jewelry company and its president and chief executive officer Allan Leighton for compensation for losses suffered after the brand issued a profit warning in 2011.
Shares declined 3.1 percent to close Thursday at 382.40 Danish kroner, or $68.78 at current exchange, having at one point slid 5.3 percent to 373.3 Danish kroner, or $67.07, in early afternoon trading.
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