For the broad employee population at Bear Stearns, there was an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) that held about $285 million in Bear Stearns stock in 2007. The plan was funded by the company. This was not, however, the sole, or even main, retirement plan at the company. In addition, there was a profit sharing plan funded by the company that had about $300 million in diversified investments and a 401(k) plan with $720 in diversified investments. So from a retirement plan standpoint, Bear Stearns is not at all like Enron and some other companies several years ago where employees were heavily or primarily invested in company stock, generally in their 401(k) plans, and were left with limited or no retirement assets after their companies melted down. The ESOP accounted for about 3% of total Bear Stearns Stock.