Monster's Big Job: Options Cleanup

The employment website announced a $340 million charge Wednesday as it moves to wrap up its investigation of stock option accounting

Monster Worldwide Inc. (MNST) on Dec. 13 announced that it took a $339.6 million charge on stock options granted between 1997 and March 31, 2003, as the online job search company moves ahead on its cleanup of a mess that ousted its former CEO Andrew McKelvey.

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