M&A: Impact

What happens to my stock options in a part-cash, part-stock deal? This is premium content

When the consideration paid in the acquisition or merger is a combination of stock and cash, the treatment of outstanding equity grants varies more than it does in all-stock or all-cash transactions. In a business combination, most stock plans require...
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