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Other Companies Don't Choose to Adopt Google's GOOG New Transferable Stock Options Program
MarketWatch via NewsEdge Corporation via Human Resource Executive Online Link to more items from this source
Dec. 15, 2006
Excerpt: When Google Inc. announced a new wrinkle in granting employee stock options earlier this week, executives at the search engine said they believed they were creating an employee compensation model that other companies would soon adopt. But so far, Google's GOOG new transferable stock options program have hit a brick wall with some major technology firms, which include some of the likeliest candidates to follow Google's lead.

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