Jobs questioned, NY pension fund leading shareholder suit

Jobs questioned, NY pension fund leading shareholder suit

Summary: Steve Jobs was questioned by U.S. investigators about stock options backdating at the company, according to several reports citing "unidentified lawyers" published at ZDNet news.

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Apple campusSteve Jobs was questioned by U.S. investigators about the employee stock options backdating scandal at Apple according to several reports citing "unidentified lawyers" published at ZDNet news.

In other legal news, the New York City Employees' Retirement System said it was picked as the lead plaintiff in a shareholder lawsuit against Apple over its stock options practices.

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  • Shouldn't it be unbelievable?

    Stating that 41% of Apple zealots see nothing wrong with Jobs stealing money from shareholders [b]should[/b] be an unbelievable statement. Unfortunately, I was pretty sure I knew what the results of the poll were going to be before I looked at them. I wasn't wrong.
    NonZealot
    • Tis the nature of a zealot...

      Sad though.
      No_Ax_to_Grind