Make the most of share options

Joubert, Billy
August 2002
Finance Week;8/23/2002, p32
Discusses the advantages and disadvantages of employee stock options. Lack of financial security; Employees' right to purchase shares at concessionary price; Loan liability that exceeds value of shareholding.


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