Apple Manager Stashed $150,000 in Shoeboxes

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Be0wulf22

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[citation][nom]chess[/nom]go cry to your mom apple fanboys![/citation]

Right...because people in the PC market would never do something like this.
 

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[citation][nom]Be0wulf22[/nom]Right...because people in the PC market would never do something like this.[/citation]
Last time I checked the mac was also a PC? (personal computer)
 

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i want to know how much money the US district attorneys and judges got from apple/stevejobs to tear thru red tape and due process to nail this guy to the floor and in such a hurry as they are. it's almost as if these are classified secret national defense plans. even wikileaks is not being hunted down by the FBI and Justice Department this much.
 

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[citation][nom]Ev1LrYu[/nom]so this amounts to what? Less than 0.1% of the Apple Juice :|[/citation]
your math seems a little short...
Apple Inc. as of March 25, 2010 is worth more than $207.99 billion

more like .00005%
 

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Greed... its whats for dinner. I only wonder who gets all this stashed money? He didnt steal from Apple just saw an opportunity to make even more money.
 

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its really interesting... someone is making over 600k for calling something a crime that someone took an opportunity of... i also like this quote "he posts a bond of $600,000 and signs over funds in his foreign accounts to his lawyers." must be a nice job to demand money "legally" LOL

I dont understand how some companies and individuals have been doing exact same thing but calling it a business... i guess he failed to put things down in writing... cause we see such things all the time but yet its consulting or some other "fee"
 
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