When the stock for Overstock.com Inc. began to plummet in early 2005, its executives blamed it on a conspiracy to smear the online retailer.

Specifically, they accused Gradient Analytics Inc., a company that analyzes stocks for investors, of giving Overstock.com an “F” rating based on negative reports by hedge fund Rocker Partners which Gradient’s owners knew to be false.

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