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The question: did these companies backdate options grants – and falsify records – to make them more lucrative for their top employees?
Or did a lot of CEOs just have amazingly good luck?
THE OPTIONS SCANDAL: SEC AND PRIVATE, ENFORCEMENT TRENDS, REED R.
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By failing to include these options in their books, companies may be overstating their profits – and may, ultimately, have to restate their financials.