Notwithstanding the continuing turmoil against excessive executive compensation, it appears US corporations have severely cut back on the stock option grants to employees. A whopping 71% decline in total economic...

Notwithstanding the continuing turmoil against excessive executive compensation, it appears US corporations have severely cut back on the stock option grants to employees. A whopping 71% decline in total economic value of stock option grants has been seen between 2001-2005. As if adding salt to the wounds, most of this cutback has happened in the non-executive ranks.

<Via Watson Wyatt>

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