Remember Paul Shin Devine, the mid-level Apple global supply chain manager accused of accepting $1 million in kickbacks? Yeah, there's a new twist to his increasingly ugly tale.
The San Jose Mercury News is reporting that Devine, who snagged the high-priced payola after awarding a number of iPhone and iPod accessory contracts to his favored (see also: those willing to pay for the privilege) vendors, has turned out to have multiple bank accounts in a number of foriegn countries registered under his and his wife's names.
An Apple manager was arrested on Friday due to being accused of accepting a large amount of kickbacks, $1 million, from various Asian suppliers of iPhone and iPod accessories. This comes from a federal indictment unsealed, as well as a separate civil suit.