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How Employee Stock Options Can Influence the Value of Ordinary Shares
Dec 17, 2003
Tallying corporate profits has never been easy, but in the past few years it’s become even harder as the debate continues over how to count employee stock options. Most of[…]
Stock Options: The End of the Affair?
Jul 30, 2003
It was front-page news when Microsoft announced early in July that it was shutting down its options program and planning instead to award employees shares of stock. To many corporations,[…]
Are Stock Options In Your Future?
Jan 29, 2003
Given the recent turmoil surrounding stock options, employers and employees alike may be looking more skeptically at this once-popular form of compensation. Among the issues to be considered: How effective[…]
New Ways to Retain and Reward Employees (Hint: We’re Not Talking Stock Options)
Oct 09, 2002
In the wake of media reports about abuse of stock options, some technology firms are rethinking the incentives they use to compensate valuable employees. Meanwhile the debate over whether to[…]
Will Expensing Stock Options Create New Problems?
Jul 31, 2002
In the wake of a series of high-profile alleged accounting abuses, stock options have gained a bad name. Top executives are under fire for mismanaging earnings – pumping up profits[…]
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