Broadcom backdating settlement

Although none were charged criminally, some of their executives, like Apple CFO Fred Anderson, were forced to settle with the SEC for sums as large as .5 million.

It was not a very good time for executives to be involved in unfair compensation practices, and the country was not amused.

Stacey Nicholas first filed for divorce in 2002, 15 years after they were married, but the couple reconciled.

They separated again in 2005 and Stacey Nicholas revived the divorce proceedings. It was during the couple’s reconciliation that Henry Nicholas left Broadcom.

That left the division of their community property, which court filings say is about

Although none were charged criminally, some of their executives, like Apple CFO Fred Anderson, were forced to settle with the SEC for sums as large as $3.5 million.It was not a very good time for executives to be involved in unfair compensation practices, and the country was not amused.Stacey Nicholas first filed for divorce in 2002, 15 years after they were married, but the couple reconciled.

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Although none were charged criminally, some of their executives, like Apple CFO Fred Anderson, were forced to settle with the SEC for sums as large as $3.5 million.

It was not a very good time for executives to be involved in unfair compensation practices, and the country was not amused.

Stacey Nicholas first filed for divorce in 2002, 15 years after they were married, but the couple reconciled.

They separated again in 2005 and Stacey Nicholas revived the divorce proceedings. It was during the couple’s reconciliation that Henry Nicholas left Broadcom.

That left the division of their community property, which court filings say is about $1 billion, as the final issue to be decided -- one that had generated thousands of pages of filings this summer alone. The public’s right of access to divorce documents in California was established in May 2006, when the state Supreme Court rejected a three-year effort by billionaire Ronald W.

Burkle to deny the Los Angeles Times access to the records of his divorce proceedings.

The future of hundreds of companies and thousands of executives would hinge on that very point, as would Ruehle’s criminal trial.

In 2010, Lie told New York Times’ Dealbook reporter Peter Lattman, “I never expected my study would lead to anything.

billion, as the final issue to be decided -- one that had generated thousands of pages of filings this summer alone. The public’s right of access to divorce documents in California was established in May 2006, when the state Supreme Court rejected a three-year effort by billionaire Ronald W.

Burkle to deny the Los Angeles Times access to the records of his divorce proceedings.

The future of hundreds of companies and thousands of executives would hinge on that very point, as would Ruehle’s criminal trial.

In 2010, Lie told New York Times’ Dealbook reporter Peter Lattman, “I never expected my study would lead to anything.

A battle over their children was ultimately settled with a joint-custody agreement.Newly released documents in the divorce of Broadcom Corp. Nicholas III reveal harsh battles with his former wife, Stacey, over how to divide the couple’s

A battle over their children was ultimately settled with a joint-custody agreement.

Newly released documents in the divorce of Broadcom Corp. Nicholas III reveal harsh battles with his former wife, Stacey, over how to divide the couple’s $1 billion in community property, alleged drug use and her relationship with the family’s security chief.

The documents show that Stacey Nicholas’ recent efforts to force a trial to divide the estate have been complicated by the pending criminal prosecution of Henry Nicholas.

At the time we published the paper, it wasn’t clear that regulators would view the activity as illegal.”Backdating wasn’t limited to poorly governed start-ups.

Among the 220 companies that publicly disclosed option accounting issues were such iconic names as Apple, Alcatel, Clorox, Dean Foods, Gap, Home Depot and Microsoft.

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A battle over their children was ultimately settled with a joint-custody agreement.Newly released documents in the divorce of Broadcom Corp. Nicholas III reveal harsh battles with his former wife, Stacey, over how to divide the couple’s $1 billion in community property, alleged drug use and her relationship with the family’s security chief.The documents show that Stacey Nicholas’ recent efforts to force a trial to divide the estate have been complicated by the pending criminal prosecution of Henry Nicholas.At the time we published the paper, it wasn’t clear that regulators would view the activity as illegal.”Backdating wasn’t limited to poorly governed start-ups.Among the 220 companies that publicly disclosed option accounting issues were such iconic names as Apple, Alcatel, Clorox, Dean Foods, Gap, Home Depot and Microsoft.

billion in community property, alleged drug use and her relationship with the family’s security chief.The documents show that Stacey Nicholas’ recent efforts to force a trial to divide the estate have been complicated by the pending criminal prosecution of Henry Nicholas.At the time we published the paper, it wasn’t clear that regulators would view the activity as illegal.”Backdating wasn’t limited to poorly governed start-ups.Among the 220 companies that publicly disclosed option accounting issues were such iconic names as Apple, Alcatel, Clorox, Dean Foods, Gap, Home Depot and Microsoft.

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