Washington (May 6, 2002) -- Stock option reform is next on the list of ways to fix the world of corporate accounting.

Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan Friday urged U.S. regulators to overhaul the ways companies account for stock options, saying the Enron mess highlights the need to make such issues transparent.

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