For the last few months, the San Francisco U.S. Attorney’s Office has been investigating whether Apple — like so many other Silicon Valley companies — changed the dates on stock option grants to employees in order to maximize executive payouts, according to lawyers familiar with the case.
That investigation has chugged along quietly, even as Apple has twice made public admissions that it has backdating problems.
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