According to a recent study, the value of stock options given to employees at the nation's largest companies dwindled by roughly 60 percent throughout 2001-04.
A study performed by global consulting concern Watson Wyatt Worldwide said that the total value of option grants over the three-year period plunged from $118 billion to $51 billion.
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