Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 9th Jan 2007 14:42 UTC, submitted by alcibiades
Apple "Over the past years, the intrepid duo of James Bandler and Charles Forelle at the Wall Street Journal have helped unearth dozens of examples of options backdating at companies large and small. Their investigations of the dishonest practice have led to the resignation of dozens of top executives and investigations by the Securities and Exchange Commission and federal prosecutors. But the options scandal has never touched a more exciting company than Apple or a more thrilling executive than Jobs."
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So what?
by pfortuny on Tue 9th Jan 2007 17:40 UTC
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2006-02-05

Will he be obliged to leave the company?

Will he be obliged to stop having good ideas?

Will he be obliged to whatever?

If the CEO has commited a crime, yes he must be punished, but I guess *not* his ideas or the Company.

Yes, if he is guilty, he must pay. So what? Is this news?

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