SEC Charges Former Apple Counsel in Backdating Probe

By Scott Ferguson  |  Posted 04-24-2007 Print


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The Securities and Exchange Commission also filed charges again the Mac maker's former chief financial officer, although those complaints were settled immediately.

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charged Apple's former top attorney April 24 with fraudulently backdating millions of stock options to the company's top executives, including CEO Steve Jobs, in 2001.


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