WSJ: Startup Workers Wrestle With Stock Options as Company Exits Stall

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Startups give workers stock options instead of a higher salary and as a bet on the young venture’s future. But the slump in public markets has put a brake on IPOs while leaving shares worth far less on the secondary market. Phil Haslett, EquityZen Chief Strategy Officer, shares with this means for private companies and their employees with the Wall Street Journal.

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