Companies involved in the growing stock options backdating scandal have lost $10.3 billion in total share price and additional compensation expenses, according to a recent analysis by market research firm Glass Lewis & Co.

The companies with disclosed option backdating problems have booked an additional $5.2 billion in pretax compensation expenses and their collective market value has dropped $5.1 billion since their disclosures.

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