The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority is one of two institutional investors who have hit Facebook with a Chancery Court lawsuit seeking corporate documents related to advertising revenues and executive pay, saying that an earlier attempt to obtain the information was largely rebuffed.

The books-and-records suit, filed March 22 by SEPTA and Boston Retirement System, cited a steep decline in Facebook’s market value after the company said last July that it expected to see a slowdown in revenue growth.

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