Until recently, it seemed natural for employees to be granted stock options as a form of vested compensation. Then executives began abusing the perk, and now you have dozens of companies battling accusations that they retroactively cherry-picked option grant dates to enrich execs at diluted shareholders' expense.
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Not all Fools agree. Anders Bylund is the bull this week, arguing in favor of stock options as a motivator. I'm the bear. Where do you stand? That's what this Duel is all about.
- Read the bull argument
- Read the bear argument
- Read the bullish rebuttal
- Read the bearish rebuttal
- Vote for the winner