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Microsoft Decision Not to Expense Stock Options Leads One Investor to Sell Its Stock
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[Opinion]
Aug. 2, 2002

Excerpt: It all comes down to an issue of character. In this case the company has failed to maintain the best interests of outside shareowners. By declining to show true leadership on the stock option expensing issue -- which management claims to agree with -- Microsoft no longer meets the criteria of a Rule Maker company.

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