SPECIAL SECTION: STOCK OPTIONS - Options Can Be Valued - Expensing of options is coming, predict these valuation experts, and they say stock options can be valued but the current mathematical model for pricing options overstates the value of stock options granted to executives. They recommend new research to arrive at generally accepted option valuation principles.
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