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The Effect of ESOP Adoptions on Corporate Performance: Are there Really Performance Changes? 

Employee Stock Ownership Programs (ESOPS) have long been promoted as a motivational tool: employees become profit-minded owners. Latterly, however, more ESOPs are being used as part of a takeover defense: here, the ESOPs main purpose is to put more company stock in friendly hands - the employees - who, like existing management, could suffer layoffs, ect. in a hostile takeover. 
Author: Pugh, William N.; Oswald, Sharon L.; Jahera, John S., Jr.
Pub. Date: 2000-01-01

Silicon Graphics, Inc.  

An equity research analyst is trying to decide how to analyze Silicon Graphics' financial performance. 
Author: Barth, Mary E.; McEntee, Justin J.
Pub. Date: 2000-02-01

Employee Stock Options at Microsoft Corporation 

Students prepare an analysis of Microsoft Corporation's financial statements and footnotes to understand the impact of its use of stock options. 
Author: Lynch, Luann J.; Brownlee, E. Richard, II; Blair, Robert T.
Pub. Date: 2003-05-29

Identifying Good ESOP Candidates 

The current demographic data about business owners support the expectation that many owners will be transitioning out of their companies. For many of these owners, an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) may be an important aspect of the appropriate exit strategy. 
Author: Cook, Larry R.
Pub. Date: 2005-06-01

eBay, Inc.: Stock Option Plans (A, B, C) 

The footnote disclosure for eBay, Inc. in 2000 indicates that if the company had accounted for employee stock options under the fair value method, its reported profit of $48 million would have been a loss of $91 million. 
Author: Bradshaw, Mark T.
Pub. Date: 2005-11-18

A Closer Look at Business Education: Employee Ownership 

This Closer Look scans the current landscape of employee ownership teaching in graduate business programs, and shares the perspectives of a leading academic and veteran practitioner about the salient lessons of this model of business. 
Author: Goldbach, Justin F.
Pub. Date: 2008-10-30

Employee Ownership: A Topic for the Entrepreneurship Curriculum 

This Teaching module shows four areas in the entrepreneurship curriculum where teaching about employee ownership can 1) put a needed spotlight on this widespread and useful practice and 2) add conceptual value and rich examples for the course topics being taught... 
Author: Scully, Maureen
Pub. Date: 2009-10-28

Elizabeth Jacobs: Price-Earnings Ratios and Employee Stock Option Grants 

Elizabeth had a number of concerns related to the heavy use of employee stock options as incentives and employee compensation in the high-technology sector... 
Author: Hawkins, David F.
Pub. Date: 2011-01-27

Wawa Inc. 

The Wawa associates have an ESOP which plays a key role in Wawa's culture of ownership. This case explores the role of incentives and levers of control to create a successful retail chain. 
Author: McGarvie, Blythe J.; Campbell, Dennis; Stack, Kristin
Pub. Date: 2014-06-30