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Option troubles linger for Apple CEO

Associated Press

Despite case against former officers, SEC stops short of saying investigation is closed ...Read the full article

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  1. Barrie Ward from Weldon Saskatchewan, Canada writes: There is room here for a comment on how "One Bad Apple can spoil the lot" ..... but seriously why should the public expect other than corruption and malfeasance from another of the major corporations ... even if it is "Elegant" malfeasance Chuckle!
  2. C. Fletcher from Canada writes: I can't help feeling that Steve Jobs has benefited from a high level of "reasonable doubt" in this story when other people in a similar situation would have been readily crucified on the public place. This story could have been very different if, let's say, the words 'Steve', 'Jobs', and 'Apple' were respectively replaced by 'Bill,' 'Gates' and 'Microsoft'. "Elegant" malfeasance indeed, Barrie.
  3. gary blades from Halifax, Canada writes: Steve is already a billionaire many times over. The fact that so many super rich people become super greedy is simply astonishing.

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