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The St. Joe Company , an NYSE -listed real estate developer , timberland owner, and resort operator, its former senior management, and others , committed or caused violations of the federal securities laws , result ing in materially overstated earnings and assets during 2009 and 2010. 4 The
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Two former ITT Educational Services Inc. senior executives were ordered to pay $300,000 combined in penalties and barred from holding senior positions at public companies for five years to settle.