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the right to buy or sell a stock at a specified price within a stated period

a benefit given by a company to an employee in the form of an option to buy stock in the company at a discount or at a fixed price

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The ESO is the pre-eminent intergovernmental science and technology organization in astronomy.
In addition to the role of administrating and enforcing Employment Regulations and Employment Code at the QFC, the ESO also works closely with the Ministry of Labour to provide relevant information related to employees working under the QFC.
DOS resulted in significantly lower G' (at -20[degrees]C) and Te of plasticized compositions than ESO, with the performance of their mixtures generally falling in-between (Fig.
ESO 137-001 is in the midst of this galactic makeover, and is being transformed from a blue gas-rich galaxy to a gas-poor red one.
We appreciate that Eso has apologised and believe his sincerity.
First, in contrast to Quinn and Rivoli (1991), Floskisson, Hitt, and Hill (1993), Holthausen, Larcker, and Sloan (1995), and Ryan and Wiggins (2002), who examine the correlation between the Black-Scholes (1973) value of ESOs and managerial innovation, we adopt a framework that directly links ESO risk incentive (vega) to corporate innovation.
Vladimir Inkov, who was part of the BoD of ESO and was in charge of public procurement at the Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH), was appointed CEO of NEK.
By the early 1980s ESO had developed the technical capability to take on new initiatives in telescope and instrument design through its own team of instrument and optical designers.
Doing the counting for the tyro flutes (and herself playing) was ESO principal flautist Catherine Handley, widow of the great Vernon "Tod" Handley, muchmissed principal conductor of the ESO at the end of a long career which graced and enhanced British music.
The IRS contended that ESO costs for employees working on the R&D project should have been shared between the related parties and assessed substantial deficiencies and accuracy-related penalties.
Alternatively, ESOs could also find themselves assigned to Table of Organization & Equipment (TO&E) preventive medicine positions as the division ESO, commander of a preventive medicine detachment, special forces group ESO, or staff ESO at a Medical Group or Brigade.
Food and Drug Administration approved Pillcam ESO for the detection of esophageal pathologies in late October.
The ESO reported that 29,905 people were in the labor force, with 28,827 actually employed, resulting in a jobless rate of 3.
Y eso posiblemente se traduzca en tin impulso hacia un mayor comercio en la medida que estas empresas tratan de reducir sus costos aun mas.
Both models are calibrated to AG/E's proprietary database which contains extensive ESO data for more than 95 separate grants totalling over 30 million ESOs, and the client company's actual experience.