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Page entitled : The myth of aligned objectives through stock option grants for CEOs

Content of this page is about :
Why stock options are not suited to align the CEOs personal objectives with the interests of their employing corporations.


Extract :
... qualified by CNBC as one of “America’s Worst CEOs of All Times”, easily found a new position as CEO of Chrysler Group LLC, after the ailing automaker was bought by private equity firm Cerebrus Capital Management. Likewise, Edward E. Whiteacre jr, the longtime CEO of Southwestern Bell and its successor AT&T until he abruptly resigned in June 2007, who does not use e-mail and computers, was recently selected to head the New General Motors  ...

 

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