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My Company Is Being Acquired: What Happens To My Stock Options? (Part 1) This is premium content
Richard Lintermans
The terms of your option grants, the terms of the M&A deal, and the valuation of your company's stock all affect the treatment of stock options in M&A. What happens to your unvested options is the main focus of concern.
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