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If a company does not do better than its competitiors but the stock market goes up, executives do very well from their stock options. Discuss this statement.

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    I have no trouble with stock option values rising with the market. But there is a major problem with companies that pay executives huge salaries and bonuses for inept management.

    What do you think?

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