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The mystery is why options were regarded as so wonderful in the first place. Options advocates invariably point to the motivational power that they have, giving employees a powerful financial incentive to do whatever is necessary to get their firm's share price up.

They certainly didn't take any notice of , which in August 1999 ran a cover story called “The trouble with share options” (see article).

Daniel Shaviro analyses the proposal: Even if you like the

The mystery is why options were regarded as so wonderful in the first place. Options advocates invariably point to the motivational power that they have, giving employees a powerful financial incentive to do whatever is necessary to get their firm's share price up.

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The mystery is why options were regarded as so wonderful in the first place. Options advocates invariably point to the motivational power that they have, giving employees a powerful financial incentive to do whatever is necessary to get their firm's share price up.

They certainly didn't take any notice of , which in August 1999 ran a cover story called “The trouble with share options” (see article).

Daniel Shaviro analyses the proposal: Even if you like the $1 million limit, and few people do, this is just silly.

All one needs to do to avoid it is have a virtual stock option instead of a literal one.

The lawsuit relates to Maxim’s January 17, 2008 announcement (here) that, as a result of its Board’s special committee’s investigation of the company’s stock option practices, the company would be restating its financial statements to record non-cash, pre-tax charges of between $550 and $650 million for additional stock-based compensation expense.

million limit, and few people do, this is just silly.

All one needs to do to avoid it is have a virtual stock option instead of a literal one.

The lawsuit relates to Maxim’s January 17, 2008 announcement (here) that, as a result of its Board’s special committee’s investigation of the company’s stock option practices, the company would be restating its financial statements to record non-cash, pre-tax charges of between 0 and 0 million for additional stock-based compensation expense.

The SEC had previously sued the company and its CEO in an options backdating enforcement action (about which refer here).The CEO, Jack Gifford, who settled the SEC charges for a payment of 0,000 has since passed away.The 3 million Maxim Integrated Product settlement is exceeded in dollar value among options backdating related securities lawsuit settlements only the 5.5 million total settlement of the United Health Group options-related securities lawsuit and the 5 million Comverse settlement.This awkwardly-named bill would place more restrictions on deductions for executive compensation – in this case, just for stock options.The current

The SEC had previously sued the company and its CEO in an options backdating enforcement action (about which refer here).

The CEO, Jack Gifford, who settled the SEC charges for a payment of $800,000 has since passed away.

The $173 million Maxim Integrated Product settlement is exceeded in dollar value among options backdating related securities lawsuit settlements only the $925.5 million total settlement of the United Health Group options-related securities lawsuit and the $225 million Comverse settlement.

This awkwardly-named bill would place more restrictions on deductions for executive compensation – in this case, just for stock options.

The current $1 million deduction limit for cash compensation is arguably a major factor in the 1990s stock option frenzy and the resulting option backdating scandal.

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The SEC had previously sued the company and its CEO in an options backdating enforcement action (about which refer here).The CEO, Jack Gifford, who settled the SEC charges for a payment of $800,000 has since passed away.The $173 million Maxim Integrated Product settlement is exceeded in dollar value among options backdating related securities lawsuit settlements only the $925.5 million total settlement of the United Health Group options-related securities lawsuit and the $225 million Comverse settlement.This awkwardly-named bill would place more restrictions on deductions for executive compensation – in this case, just for stock options.The current $1 million deduction limit for cash compensation is arguably a major factor in the 1990s stock option frenzy and the resulting option backdating scandal.

million deduction limit for cash compensation is arguably a major factor in the 1990s stock option frenzy and the resulting option backdating scandal.