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|High-Tech Community Must Surrender on Stock Options Expensing|
Robert I. Schwimmer in the CPA Journal
Apr. 1, 2004
Excerpt: The aftermath of the technology bubble has taught business many lessons. In the accounting realm, one stands out: No longer should public companies be allowed to incur massive annual costs in highly dilutive stock option grants to executives ... without an appropriate charge to earnings that makes these costs fully transparent to shareholders and the equity markets, as well as properly reflect true personnel costs.
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