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I don't quite understand this, unless this is a stock option plan where shares are offered to employees at reduced rates. Otherwise, what is the big deal? I mean, anyone, employee or not, can go out and buy shares of a publicly traded company at any time. I work for a company with an employee stock purchase plan, but it is a privately held company so only employees can buy it anyway.
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