Affy Internal Audit Reveals ‘Lapses’ in Stock Option Grant Documentation
 
Affymetrix disclosed this week that its board of directors’ audit committee has been conducting an internal review of its stock option grant practices from Jan. 1, 1997, through May 31, 2006. This review has revealed “certain documentation lapses” in that period, “including one instance where the company has determined that the option grant date should have been recorded differently,” Affymetrix said in a statement.
 

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