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"Net income for its fiscal second quarter that ended Aug. 3 was $733 million, or 32 cents a share. Operating income of $896 million included $102 million, or 3 cents a share, in expenses related to payments for expired in-the-money stock options ..."
They couldn't have sold calls, could they? They used to sell puts and buy calls.
So if the <<expenses related to payments for expired in-the-money stock options >>
were $30 puts expiring 7/31/2007 or so, why don't they just state that they're puts and what the expiration date was?
They will probably put it in the 10-Q.
And did they roll them over?