The Securities and Exchange Commission is reportedly expected to change the effective date for new stock option accounting rules that will require companies to include employee stock-option compensation as an expense on their earnings reports, giving most U.S. companies a six-month reprieve.
An announcement of the SEC's decision could come as early as this week, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing "people familiar with the matter."
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