Go Back and Forth Fast in Preview
If you're reading a PDF in Apple's Preview software, and you follow a bookmark or an internal link to move around within the PDF, you can quickly return to where you were by pressing the keyboard shortcut Command-[ (that's Command-Left Bracket). Or, you can choose Go > Back.
The command works iteratively, so you can go back to just the previously viewed page or if you issue the command again, to the page before that, and so on. There's also an equivalent Go > Forward (Command-]).
Series: Apple's Troubles with Backdated Stock Options
It's undisputed that Apple issued stock options to both executives and average employees that were set to earlier, favorable dates. But whether this involved wrongdoing, negligence, or simple ignorance took some years to decide.
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Steve Jobs apologized last week while announcing the results of an internal investigation regarding Apple's backdating of stock options, in which options were granted on a preferentially low stock price date instead of the date upon which the grant was decidedShow full article
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Steve Jobs did not benefit from the discontinued practice of stock-option backdating at Apple, a company board committee led by board member and former Vice President Al Gore reported at the end of DecemberShow full article
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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has accused two former Apple executives in two instances of illegal stock option backdating that Apple had previously disclosed after an internal investigation (see "Apple Releases Stock Option Backdating Report," 2007-01-08)Show full article
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Dear diary: I had breakfast with Fake Steve Jobs! He showed me the next-generation iPod (hint: it requires minor surgery to use), gave me a shiny new penny, and then wiped my memory using his reality distortion field. All I recall is eating a bagel with a Boston-based Forbes reporter named Dan Lyons.Show full article
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The Justice Department reportedly ends its criminal investigation into Apple's stock backdating affair. A civil action by the SEC remains against a former executive.Show full article
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Nancy Heinen, once Apple's general counsel, will pay $2.2 million to settle charges raised over Apple's handling of backdated stock options. Show full article
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A preliminary settlement has been reached over lawsuits accusing Apple executives of various inappropriate acts related to the backdating of stock options. This may be the end, at last, of this ugly chapter in the company's financial history.Show full article