Broadcom backdating scandal

Now we find Broadcom co-founder Henry Nicholas locked in a lawsuit with former aide Kenji Kato, as the parties fight over drugs, prostitution and Judo allegations.

Kato, for example, claims that Nicholas - when not threatening to make disobedient workers "disappear" - would stay awake for four days in a row, fueled by heroin and cocaine that he then forced others to ingest.

We're told that Kato was spotted "lighting something up as he sat alone in his parked car" and that he's been "passing and receiving duffel bags with young men and meeting with men in hooded sweatshirts." It must be tough to carry around duffel bags full of young men, but we understand that some drugs do give you super strength. It also demands that Ruehle and Dull return “ill gotten gains” of 0,000 and

We're told that Kato was spotted "lighting something up as he sat alone in his parked car" and that he's been "passing and receiving duffel bags with young men and meeting with men in hooded sweatshirts." It must be tough to carry around duffel bags full of young men, but we understand that some drugs do give you super strength.

It also demands that Ruehle and Dull return “ill gotten gains” of $100,000 and $1.8 million, respectively, and that Nicholas and Ruehle repay unspecified bonuses and stock sale profits.

Nicholas and Samueli, who formed a two-man committee that awarded 95% of the options, never received any backdated options themselves.

But Kato is apparently really, really upset about the behavior now that he's had a chance to reflect on Broadcom's Dionysian period.

Nicholas has rebuffed all of these charges and then gone a couple of steps further.

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We're told that Kato was spotted "lighting something up as he sat alone in his parked car" and that he's been "passing and receiving duffel bags with young men and meeting with men in hooded sweatshirts." It must be tough to carry around duffel bags full of young men, but we understand that some drugs do give you super strength. It also demands that Ruehle and Dull return “ill gotten gains” of $100,000 and $1.8 million, respectively, and that Nicholas and Ruehle repay unspecified bonuses and stock sale profits.Nicholas and Samueli, who formed a two-man committee that awarded 95% of the options, never received any backdated options themselves.But Kato is apparently really, really upset about the behavior now that he's had a chance to reflect on Broadcom's Dionysian period.Nicholas has rebuffed all of these charges and then gone a couple of steps further.

.8 million, respectively, and that Nicholas and Ruehle repay unspecified bonuses and stock sale profits.Nicholas and Samueli, who formed a two-man committee that awarded 95% of the options, never received any backdated options themselves.But Kato is apparently really, really upset about the behavior now that he's had a chance to reflect on Broadcom's Dionysian period.Nicholas has rebuffed all of these charges and then gone a couple of steps further.

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