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Companies, particularly those in the high-tech sector, have been up in arms for years over the possibility that they will have to begin expensing stock options granted to employees. And now that the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has finally issued a set of proposed regulations that would require stock options expensing by 2005, the din from Corporate America is deafening.

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