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    Cook has only reached the halfway mark of a stock compensation plan that could see ...
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    The question of whether retirees should be in the stock market is complex. A look ...
  3. How to Make Decisions About Your Stock Options

    Always make sure your financial plan is based on you and your goals for your future, ...
  4. Top-earning CEOs Often Run the Worst Performers

    After examining more than 800 CEOs at 429 large and mid-sized U.S. companies, MSCI ...
  5. 5 Tech Companies With High Stock-Based Compensation ...

    Examine stock-based compensation among large tech firms to determine which factors ...
  6. Peter Thiel To Continue As Facebook Director ...

    Controversial billionaire founder Peter Thiel is staying on as Facebook director. ...
  1. Apple CEO Tim Cook Sold $65 Million in Stock ...

    Cook has only reached the halfway mark of a stock compensation plan that could see ...
  2. Should Retirees Be in the Stock Market Now?

    The question of whether retirees should be in the stock market is complex. A look ...
  3. 5 Tech Companies With High Stock-Based Compensation ...

    Examine stock-based compensation among large tech firms to determine which factors ...
  4. Peter Thiel To Continue As Facebook Director ...

    Controversial billionaire founder Peter Thiel is staying on as Facebook director. ...
  5. The 5 Highest Paid Executives in the Telecommunications ...

    The top five earners in the telecom industry are well compensated for staying competitive ...
  6. How to Lower Investment Account Fees in Retirement

    Retired investors need all the money they have, which is why they should keep an ...
  1. Employee Stock Options (ESO)

    Employee stock options are a form of equity compensation granted by companies to ...
  2. Accounting and Valuing Employee Stock Options

    Learn the different accounting and valuation treatments of ESOs, and discover the ...
  1. What is a stock-for-stock merger and how does this corporate action affect existing ...

    First, let's be clear about what we mean by a stock-for-stock merger. When a merger or acquisition is conducted, there are ...
  2. Is a Canadian resident allowed to participate in a direct stock purchase plan from ...

    There is no law that prevents Canadians from participating in direct stock purchase plans offered by U.S. companies. There ...
  3. How can I purchase stocks directly from a company?

    There are a few circumstances in which a person can buy stock directly from a company. The following is meant to cover some ...
  4. What does the term "stock-for-stock" mean?

    The term "stock-for-stock" is popularly used in two different contexts, and it regularly makes business news headlines in ...
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