SPECIAL SECTION: STOCK OPTIONS - Accounting's Phoenix - Accounting bodies have been wrestling with the problem of stock options for almost 50 years, but, like the mythical bird of ancient times, it has risen again out of the ashes of Enron and WorldCom. A former IMA president proposes a solution.
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