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<<FWIW, someone on Yahoo calculated the value of the warrants subject to a 42% corporate tax rate. I know next to zip about tax law. Okay, make that zip.>>

Clarification: the award would be subject to a corporate tax, thereby affecting the "net of taxes" value of the warrants. The warrants themselves will not have a taxable consequence for the holders until they were sold.
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