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• In a few instances, Apple CEO Steve Jobs was aware that favorable grant dates had been selected, but he did not receive or otherwise benefit from these grants and was unaware of the accounting implications.

• The investigation raised serious concerns regarding the actions of two former officers in connection with the accounting, recording and reporting of stock option grants.

In other words, there seem to be an awful lot of people around Steve Jobs who have allegedly had problems linked to the backdating of stock options. Jobs is the prodigal son credited with saving Apple, which he co-founded in 1976 with Steve Wozniak, by turning a then-struggling Silicon Valley icon into a consumer-electronics powerhouse after his triumphant return in 1996.

The turnaround was masterful; in fact, it's now the subject of business-school case studies.

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CUPERTINO, California — October 4, 2006 — Apple® today announced that the special committee of its board of directors has reported its findings after a three month investigation into Apple’s stock option practices.

The special committee of outside directors, together with independent counsel and accountants, examined more than 650,000 emails and documents, and conducted interviews with more than 40 current and former employees, directors and advisors.

Toutefois, la législation et la pratique tendent désormais à fixer des conditions plus strictes conduisant notamment à fixer le prix d'exercice de l'option à un niveau suffisamment élevé.

En français, le terme stock option peut être remplacé, comme le préconisent certains organismes officiels, par les dénominations « option sur titres » (préconisé par la Délégation générale à la langue française) ou « option d'achat d'action » (préconisé par l'Office québécois de la langue française).