Re/Max finally releases earnings delayed due to investigation

Preliminary Q3 and Q4 earnings show franchisor's revenue rose 11% to $196M in 2017, investigation concludes

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In addition to results for the fourth-quarter and full-year 2017, the earnings report included financial highlights for the third quarter, which have been delayed since November when the company announced it was conducting an internal investigation into Liniger and Contos, who at the time were serving as co-CEOs, for possible business and ethics violations. That investigation concluded yesterday, the company said during the earnings conference call Friday morning.