Education increases stock option value

Birgenheier, Janet
May 2002
Employee Benefit News;May2002, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p26
States that stock option education raises the value of the options in the United States. Significance of education to the stock option value; Results of a web survey conducted by the Charles Schwab on the stock option value; Information on the value of stock option at Nuance Communications.


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