Trend or Foe? During the "irrational exuberance" of the 1990s, billions of dollars in shareholder value slipped underneath the financial radar screen in the blizzard of stock options. In the wake of the ensuing accounting scandals, a number of companies started the stock option expensing movement, but a group of finance and accounting luminaries suggest that it's time not only to determine the ...
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