August 2000
Inc.;Aug2000, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p106
Interviews Corey Rosen, cofounder of the National Center for Employee Ownership. Importance of employee ownership in the economy; Factor that leads to employee ownership; Potential downside of employee ownership in form of stock or stock options. INSET: WHO PAYS FOR STOCK OPTIONS?.


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