This will probably become a TV mini-series before we see resolution...
The claims implicate Jobs in the company's stock options scandal and may increase the risk he will face further scrutiny by government lawyers looking into Apple's backdating, said Bill Shope, an analyst at J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. In December, Jobs was cleared by a special committee led by Apple board member and former US Vice President Al Gore, which said Jobs didn't "appreciate" the accounting implications.
"This is the first time any credible witness has claimed that Mr. Jobs was aware of the accounting implications of the backdating," Shope, based in New York, wrote in a report yesterday .
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