Now that Apple Computer Inc. has cleared its current management of any wrongdoing in the company’s options-granting practices -- published reports say that investigators are taking a closer look at two former executives.

According to the Wall Street Journal, former chief financial officer Fred Anderson and former general counsel and board secretary Nancy Heinen are among those under the spotlight. Lawyers for Anderson and Heinen have said that their clients did nothing wrong. Anderson joined Apple in 1996, while Heinen has been a longtime employee of Apple chief executive Steve Jobs.

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