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There are other servers in the route, you can't set up the To person's POP server, and headers will give the prank away, if they check the headers.But as i've seen emails with the wrong year, and it has been from either a spammer(with the wrong year) or emails with the wrong time, from an individual I know, and it hasn't been all emails, so I know it must've been something at their end, i.e. Our Office of Economic Analysis then analyzed data and refined the areas of concern.And in the Enforcement Division, we gathered information and data regarding specific cases to bring the issues into focus, culminating in our enforcement actions over the last several years. I am old enough to remember employee stock options as an anti-takeover device.For example, at the money options received more favorable accounting treatment they did not need to be expensed.They also generally received more favorable tax treatment.Looking backward, I'll ruminate a little about how we got here, and finally, at the risk of appearing to be or worse, actually being the secular equivalent of a sanctimonious twit, offer some thoughts looking forward on lessons we might take away from all of this. I have reached the point in life where I view the world through ridiculously expensive progressive lenses, but I guarantee you these lenses are not rose-colored. To recap much of what you may already have read or heard, the Division of Enforcement is investigating over 100 matters relating to potential abuses of employee stock options.I should begin of course where I always do with a disclaimer. The investigations are being conducted by SEC offices throughout the country and are being centrally coordinated and tracked here in Washington.
In recent months, the SEC has brought two enforcement actions one relating to Brocade and another involving Comverse.
At that time, in the eighties and nineties, stock options, often in the money, were granted to employees in the hope that a highly-motivated employee pool would put the company in a better position to resist in hostile takeover battles.
Over time, shareholders objected to the fact that the options were granted in the money and eventually many companies developed stock option plans in which grants could only be made at the money that is, at the closing price of the stock on the day of the grant.
In this regard, we identified stock options grants as a potential trouble spot several years ago well ahead of the curve.
We examined the academic literature that quantified the potential issues.