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  • How Software Swords Slay Compensation Dragons

    Getting a handle on incentive compensation is no small task. Software can help. July 9, 2007

  • Indicted CFO: PwC Knew We Backdated

    A former finance chief says that because his company shared information with its audit firm about misdated option grants, the feds have no case against him. July 5, 2007

  • Drowning in Data

    The new compensation disclosure rules deliver plenty of information. Too bad much of it doesn't make sense. July 1, 2007

  • The Onus of Bonus

    Getting a handle on incentive compensation is no small task. Software can help. Also: Annual reports via video. July 1, 2007

  • Extreme Networks Digs Up Options Errors

    The company restates, acknowledging that it should have recognized about $223 million in compensation expense. June 28, 2007

  • Subsidiary Rights

    A new IRS rule makes it easier to give stock options to lower-level employees. Whether any companies will do so remains to be seen. June 26, 2007

  • CFO Pay Picks up Pace in U.K.

    Finance chiefs in the United Kingdom are now commanding higher pay than in the past, a new KPMG study finds. June 8, 2007

  • Levin Takes Aim at Stock Option Deductions

    Stock option expensing and related tax deductions are "out of whack," says the senator, who wants companies to report the same amount to both investors and the IRS. June 5, 2007

  • Mercury, Brocade Hit with Steep Backdating Fines

    In the first SEC civil fraud settlements related to stock-option timing abuse, Mercury Interactive is hit with $28 million and Brocade $7 million. May 31, 2007

  • Barney Frank Eyes Private-Equity Pay Cut

    But Dunkin' Donuts CEO tells the congressman there are big advantages for workers when a company is taken private. May 17, 2007

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