Are Stock Option Rescissions an Unfair Benefit?

When the tech-stock bubble burst in 2000, a number of companies allowed key employees to cancel previous options-based stock purchases that had left them with deep losses. The implications of such favoritism are troubling enough that the SEC – not to mention shareholder activists – are taking a closer look.

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