And he never cashed in those options because they were replaced in 2003 by a grant of restricted stock.
CEOs at other companies have been forced to resign for such activities. His job may be saved by the fact that he did not directly profit.
He's a revered Hall of Famer who doesn't get whistled for fouls that send other pros to the bench. He is too popular—among investors, journalists, employees, analysts, and in the culture at large—for anyone to recommend that he be deposed. The scandals at Enron, World Com, Adelphia, and everywhere else ended the era of the rock-star CEO.
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Consumers adore him for liberating them from the tyranny of expensive CDs and crappy radio.
Creative types love Jobs for creating the i Mac, a hipper alternative to the blocky PC.
THIS SCORECARD WAS LAST UPDATED IN SEPTEMBER 2007 AND IS NO LONGER BEING UPDATED. Note: This list contains companies that have disclosed government probes, misdated options, restatements and/or executive departures as of Septmeber 2007.