A Washington Post story casts suspicion on the timing of Steve Jobs’s stock options reporting — even though Jobs handily beat the deadline for filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.  The options in question enjoyed the benefit of backdating, subjecting them to microscopic examination.  The scoop?  That Jobs filed timely but waited to do so for eight months, about seven months longer than the norm for him and other Apple insiders.


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