Episode 114: Taking Stock of Stock Based Compensation
Stock based compensation is a way of paying company members with equity in the business, which is great for companies and employees. From a transfer pricing perspective, however, it can cause problems. Here, David Chamberlain of California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo explains some of the issues that can arise and what multinational companies can do about them.
6 Oct 2021
Business News · Technology
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