Steve Jobs has been served with a subpoena by the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) to testify in a backdating lawsuit against Apple's former top lawyer Nancy Heinen, according to a report. Bloomberg reports "people familiar with the matter" saying the subpoena is not part of an investigation, rather a demand for Jobs' …
Mindless Apple hater comments in 3... 2... 1...
I know they're coming...
Webster where are you when we need you?
Don't hate Apple - hate Jobs
I'll bet he did know and is just covering his own arse.
freak no more
I saw the freaky fool pop up on some other tech site the other day ... usual anti-apple diatribe ... all light no heat, no noticable concept of balance, etc.
Nothing new here . . .
Poor Nancy Heinen had the options that had been granted moved forward, not backwards, but because they were not fully signed off until later, they were still technically backdated. So now the SEC says she's guilty of . . . what? Backdating wasn't illegal at the time, but accounting for it wrongly was, which is why Fred Anderson (CFO) settled, but Heinen is fighting. No surprise that Jobs is subpoenaed to give evidence; and no real significance.
I'm with Rai
Where's Webster... hopefully he's too busy penning the first of a regular column for El Reg to post here.
It's obviously Webster hunting season, and Chris has graciously supplied the bait.
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