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Antidilution Provision

In a stock plan, this is a provision that adjusts outstanding grants for equity restructurings which affect the value of the company's shares, as in a special dividend, a stock split, or a spinoff. When the value of the stock shifts for a reason other than a change in the company's financials or potential, companies usually perform these adjustments so that employees with outstanding grants are made whole after the restructuring.

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