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Investors want insight into Apple's stock options shenanigans - and are getting it.
California Superior Court Judge Jack Komar said on Monday he plans to order Apple Inc to turn over documents dating from 1997 to Apple shareholder Boston Retirement Board.
The information will be privy only to the board and may not be turned over to any third party, shareholder or otherwise.
Boston Retirement Board sued Apple last year in order to assess what's exactly happened in the company's stock options scandal.
Several finance pundits at the time advised Apple CEO to 'step down' but Jobs has protested his innocence.
'The glove wasn't big enough for my hand', the Apple CEO said.
Komar is expected to make his ruling on Friday, after which Apple will have one week to comply. Apple representatives refuse to comment on the story.
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