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Will American Companies Fall In Line with IASB Standards on Stock Option Expensing?
The EconomistLink to more items from this source
Nov. 7, 2002

Excerpt: [T]he world's main accounting standard-setters this week joined the most important battle in their history: the attempt to make companies treat share-based payments to their employees as an expense. Up to now, companies have had the choice to record stock options only in the footnotes to their financial statements. Under a new draft rule from the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), a private group based in London, companies will have to deduct them from their profits.

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