After months of increasing reports of investigations by both the Securities and Exchange Commission and academics, Congress is now examining the sometimes-questionable timing of stock options granted to executives.
The tax-writing committee is considering reducing or eliminating a deduction that encourages companies to award executives with stock options, which was meant to link compensation to a company's stock prices and correspondingly, the executive's performance.
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