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Restricted Crock

CNBC is winding itself up into a frenzy preparing for Liddy's testimony (they aren't that excited yet, they've only got a 4-box up so far) and they seem to have come to the consensus that restricted stock, not cash, is the best bonus structure to apply in situations like this. This baffles me. How do you award restricted stock in a company you are winding down and expect that to be a compelling incentive? Then I remembered, it's CNBC.