Stratasys makes 3-D printers and is engaged in a roll-up strategy (acquiring other companies to round out its product portfolio, revenue mix and distribution channels). Investors lost 28% of their investment on February 2, 2015 when the company missed its revenue and earnings projections. The problem, according to executives, relates to the integration of a recent acquisition. The fear is that the miss shows signs of a slowdown of organic growth and that the company needs acquisitions to generate growth. This securities fraud class action asks, “why didn’t the executives tell investors earlier if these problems were known to these executives”?