The departure of Nancy Heinen, Apple Computer Inc.’s general counsel, seems to be the latest top secret at a company that really likes its secrets.

Almost a week after news site AppleInsider first revealed the company’s nine-year GC had left the company, it remains unclear whether one of Silicon Valley’s highest-ranking female attorneys was forced to leave or whether she had resigned — or even when her last day was.

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