by Melissa Klein
Stock options, once as prolific as the dot-coms that doled them out like Monopoly money in the late 1990s, seemed to fall off the radar screen when the stock market bubble burst. But as the debate over expensing rages on and the economy improves, stock options are once again a hot issue.
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