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Computer Associates chief executive Charles Wang has filed plans to sell 900,000 shares of his company's stock, or about 4 percent of his total holdings. Wang, who owns about 25.5 million shares of CA stock, could earn $43.3 million from the sale, according to documents filed with the Securities Exchange Commission. A proxy statement filed last July shows that 1.9 million of Wang's holdings were in stock options. The company head sold 600,000 shares in 1998 and 800,000 shares in 1997.