I count no fewer than 38 top executives at 19 high-tech companies that have bit the dust over this stuff.
We're talking top executives at big-name companies like Apple, Altera, Broadcom, Brocade, Cirrus Logic, Comverse, KLA-Tencor, Maxim, Mc Afee, Rambus, Sanmina-SCI, Take Two, Trident, Verisign, and Vitesse. That's serious fallout considering that options backdating is legit as long as the company reports it and accounts for it accurately.
If you cover it up and fail to report that expense, the way Apple's folks allegedly did, well, that amounts to accounting fraud.
While a few of those 38 terminations may turn out to be the result of such activity, it's likely that the vast majority fell on their swords to avoid sullying the good names of their companies.
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You see, if you backdate stock options to a date when the price of the stock was lower, then the options are "in-the-money" when granted.
That means the company incurs an expense equal to the difference in the share price between the two dates.
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