Remember that whole stock backdating scandal
that was threatening to throw a wrench into the unstoppable train that is Apple? Yeah, Apple would prefer you forget about it too, but the SEC (that's the Securities and Exchange Commission) hasn't. They have subpoenaed
Steve Jobs to testify in relation to a trail involving Nancy Heinan, Apple's former General Counsel (we covered her involvement here
Keep in mind that no charges are being brought up against Steve, but whenever the CEO of a publicly traded company is brought in front of the SEC it is big news.