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On December 15, 2009, after the close of the evidence in Ruehle’s criminal trial, the Court entered a judgment of acquittal in Ruehle’s favor and dismissed with prejudice the stock option backdating indictment…and discouraged the Commission from proceeding further with its action.” — U. Securities and Exchange Commission litigation release, Feb. By 2006, America had digested Enron and the dot-com bust, and was getting back to business.

Then along came a Wall Street Journal article on an obscure academic research paper, “On the Timing of CEO Stock Option Awards,” written by Erik Lie, a finance professor at the University of Iowa.

This Settlement is in addiiton to the previously approved Settlement with Broadcom (the "Broadcom Settlement"), which totalled 0.5 million.

The proposed Settlement has been preliminarily approved by the Court, and Notice Packets are being mailed to potential Class Members.

Nicholas, 48, sold more than

On December 15, 2009, after the close of the evidence in Ruehle’s criminal trial, the Court entered a judgment of acquittal in Ruehle’s favor and dismissed with prejudice the stock option backdating indictment…and discouraged the Commission from proceeding further with its action.” — U. Securities and Exchange Commission litigation release, Feb. By 2006, America had digested Enron and the dot-com bust, and was getting back to business.

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On December 15, 2009, after the close of the evidence in Ruehle’s criminal trial, the Court entered a judgment of acquittal in Ruehle’s favor and dismissed with prejudice the stock option backdating indictment…and discouraged the Commission from proceeding further with its action.” — U. Securities and Exchange Commission litigation release, Feb. By 2006, America had digested Enron and the dot-com bust, and was getting back to business.

Then along came a Wall Street Journal article on an obscure academic research paper, “On the Timing of CEO Stock Option Awards,” written by Erik Lie, a finance professor at the University of Iowa.

This Settlement is in addiiton to the previously approved Settlement with Broadcom (the "Broadcom Settlement"), which totalled $160.5 million.

The proposed Settlement has been preliminarily approved by the Court, and Notice Packets are being mailed to potential Class Members.

Nicholas, 48, sold more than $1 billion of company stock during the backdating scheme, and still holds more than $300 million worth.

Former Chief Financial Officer William Ruehle, 66, also indicted, was given options worth millions of dollars when they were granted, court papers say. Magistrate Judge Arthur Nakazato, Ruehle standing straight in a suit and tie, Nicholas sitting relaxed in an open-collared shirt and nodding as both were granted multi-million-dollar bail.

billion of company stock during the backdating scheme, and still holds more than 0 million worth.

Former Chief Financial Officer William Ruehle, 66, also indicted, was given options worth millions of dollars when they were granted, court papers say. Magistrate Judge Arthur Nakazato, Ruehle standing straight in a suit and tie, Nicholas sitting relaxed in an open-collared shirt and nodding as both were granted multi-million-dollar bail.

Henry Samueli, co-founder of Irvine-based Broadcom Corp., pleaded guilty Monday to one count of lying to the U. Securities and Exchange Commission about his role in the backdating of employee stock option grants. Carney accepted Samueli’s guilty plea and set sentencing for Aug. Samueli can withdraw his guilty plea if Carney deviates from the agreed-upon sentence, Carney said.

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.

Nicholas III, left, and friend Kim Davis, enjoy a light moment outside the Nicholas Academic Center in Santa Ana, Calif. Carney threw out the fraud case in December, citing what he called prosecutorial misconduct and a lack of evidence.

Failing to properly account for the valuable back-dated options from 1999 to 2005, Nicholas and other executives kept secret costs that could have dragged down high-flying stock prices, the government argues.

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