Stock Options

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Joe Wallin
Title: Partner
Company: Davis Wright Tremaine
(Partner at Davis Wright Tremaine)
By Joe Wallin Many times I have seen the following happen: a company is running out of money. In order to keep going, the team is going to have to take pay cuts. The Founder & CEO...
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Malak Kazan
Title: SME/Sr. Associate
Company: ERI Economic Research Institute
(SME/Sr. Associate at ERI Economic Research Institute)
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Anonymous
(CFO)
My company went public many years back under different financial leadership. We are on a major exchange. We had some ups and downs and are now having some ups, happily. We are looking...
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Anonymous
(Senior Director of Finance)
The investor owns 40%, while the 3 founders own 60%. Thank you.
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Mark Webb
Title: CFO
Company: Mindshare Technologies, Inc.
(CFO at Mindshare Technologies, Inc.)
For example, I have employees will multiple exercises under the same grant. Since one of the fields on form requires the "Date option exercised" it looks like I need a separate for...
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Paul Shapiro
Title: Consultant
Company: Paul G. Shapiro, CPA
(Consultant at Paul G. Shapiro, CPA)
Two questions - can you recommend a service to prepare the forms and will we be able to file a form for 2010 as well? We just found out about this form and had once exercise in 2010...
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Marilo Calabuig
Title: Controller
Company: Axiom
(Controller at Axiom)
I am seeking information on Equity transaction systems for a company that is in a pre-IPO stage. I am very familiar with CapMx from SVB. Their functionality for public companies does...
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Danielle DehmlerBuckley
Title: VP Finance
Company: BlogFrog, Inc.
(VP Finance at BlogFrog, Inc.)
Do I have to provide our stock option grantees (employees) with a hard copy of the Stock Option Plan or can I send that to them via email in a PDF and just require an inked signature...
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Joe Wallin
Title: Partner
Company: Davis Wright Tremaine
(Partner at Davis Wright Tremaine)
Have you ever wished you’d coined a phrase? I wish I’d coined the phrase “curiouser and curiouser” from Alice in Wonderland. As time goes by, our laws and...