"Phantom stock": A reality being used by more employers

07/12/2010 | CNNMoney

In an effort to retain top performers, more employers are turning to "phantom stock" as a bonus. Under such a plan, a company promises to pay workers a bonus that is directly connected to an employer's stock value -- but employees don't get actual individual shares. For example, at Duke Energy, the phantom stock converts into actual shares only after a certain length of time.

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