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Deconstructing Stock Options
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[Opinion]
May 27, 2010
"In 'The Non-Option,' David Walker expertly dissects one of the puzzles of employee stock option compensation: why stock options are always granted at the then-current market price for the stock, resulting in 'at-the-money' options. If parties could tailor their compensation packages to individual needs and desires, one would expect that at least some firms would agree to give their employees stock options that had an exercise price lower than market price (known as 'in-the money' options)."

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