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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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Silver & gold company Avino Silver & Gold Mines Ltd (TSX:ASM) (NYSE American:ASM) (FSE:GV6) on Wednesday awarded 526,000 incentive stock options under its stock option plan and 1,730,500 restricted share units (RSUs) under the restricted share unit plan to its directors, officers, employees and consultants.
Regarding 'Renesas Electronics Corporation Stock Options for FY2019 (Series No.6)'
The company said a total of 159,167 new shares have been subscribed for its stock options 2013B, a total of 345,400 company's new shares have been subscribed for the company's stock options 2013C; and a total of 50,000 shares have been subscribed for the company's stock options 2016A.
Biopharmaceutical company Akebia Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ:AKBA) announced Monday that it has approved inducements stock options material in connection with the employment of six new employees under NASDAQ Listing Rule 5635(c)(4).
The Board of Directors of Canada-based Bear Creek Mining (TSX Venture: BCM) has authorised and approved the grant of 650,000 incentive stock options under its incentive stock option plan to Paul Tweddle.
Boards of directors are faced with the challenge of deciding whether to exchange worthless stock options for new ones or reduce the exercise price.
Compared with the length of the history of employee stock options in the USA, the history of them in Malaysia and in Japan are relatively short.
In 1997, amendments in the commercial code of Japan made it possible for companies to use stock options as compensation for executives and employees.
The Securities Class Action Clearinghouse, a database maintained by Stanford Law School, lists 21 securities fraud class actions involving allegations of stock options backdating.
This extension does not apply to certain discounted stock options subject to backdating concerns.
Building on the earlier success of monitoring procure-to-pay, order-to-cash, financial accounting and capital projects, Oversight 4.2 continuously monitors the transactions and activities in human resources and stock option administration systems to ensure compliance in every step involved in the process for granting, executing and accounting for employee stock options.
123(R) goes beyond selecting a method to value employee stock options. CPAs also must help companies make the necessary tax accounting adjustments to properly track the tax benefits from stock-based compensation.
123(R), Share-Based Payment, has a single goal: to report the fair value of employee compensation paid in the form of stock options and other share-based payments in financial statements.
Sundaram, 2000, "On the Optimality of Resetting Executive Stock Options", Journal of Financial Economics, 57:65-101