Apple backdating scandal

Fake Apple Scandal 9: Troy Wolverton, Neil Cavuto, and the Apple Stock Scandal.While the SEC was satisfied with the results of a three month independent investigation at Apple that concluded last fall, the tech press continued its own investigation that largely reported on their own reporting efforts.

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Neil Cavuto isn’t a sharp tongued commentator sowing extremist ideas, he’s a rather dull anchor trying to appear informed and simply failing at it.

He was delivering poorly written content that he’d been handed.

At the center of all this false information is The Street, which has published ”whispering information“ on Apple from anonymous sources for years.

The Street is an advertisement for investment advice, but the advice it gives has been wrong over and over.

But Apple isn’t pretending to sell things by confusing the public on shipment figures; it’s building a profitable business offering products people really want and are satisfied with after buying. [Ten Myths of the Apple TV: Xbox and Hardware] Extreme Cluelessness.

While Fox takes a beating for presenting extremist hate speech and working to create a climate of fear, its reports on the i Phone were unlikely to be purposeful misinformation.

So far, every Fake Apple Scandal has involved facts or ideas presented out of context: Considering the Options. Options backdating was so common during the dotcom bubble that nobody considered it to be a big deal.

Carolyn Said, writing for the San Francisco Chronicle, described the historically commonplace practice of backdating options throughout the 90s and drew a distinction between the reaction of backdating at Microsoft and Apple: “From 1992 through 1999, Microsoft Corp.

The real Apple stock scandal wasn’t options backdating, which simply rewards employees at the cost of potential shareholders’ profits.

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