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June 26, 2014 What Drives Nonprofit Executive Compensation?Source: NPO
When it comes to attracting and retaining talented leaders, the setting of executive compensation packages has posed continuing challenges to nonprofits since the 1980s. These challenges relate to the professionalization of the...
June 25, 2014 The CEO aristocracy: Big bucks for the big bossSource: Washington Post
We’ve created a new economic aristocracy in the United States: CEOs. That’s a fair reading of recent corporate pay surveys. A study by compensation consultant Equilar for the New York Times finds that Charif Souki of Cheniere...
June 23, 2014 Investors speaking up on executive-compensation packagesSource: The Seattle Times
By many measures, executive pay continues to rise, especially among the largest public companies. But the dynamics between public-company boards and their shareholders have clearly changed, and performance outcomes are sometimes...
Stanford professor Allan McCall and David Winters, founder at Wintergreen Advisers, evaluate the executive compensation plan at Coca-Cola, how the stock portion of the package differs from other major corporations and why it may...
Source: Think Progress
The companies that pay their chief executives the most see the worst results for shareholders, according to a new study, with an average annual shareholder loss of $1.4 billion at the companies with the highest CEO pay.
Source: efinancial careers
If you’re a CFO, controller or VP of finance, the job market is looking as good as it has in years. Job openings and pay for non-banking finance executives are both on the rise. The average salary for financial executives at...
June 10, 2014 Shareholder Activism Shops at WalmartSource: Forbes
Reading through published documents and speaking with several institutional shareholders one can experience two perspectives far enough away from each other that one might believe they operate in isolated corners of the universe....
Source: NY Times
If you were Marissa Mayer of Yahoo, making nearly $25 million for one year’s worth of work — not to mention getting $50,000 in company-paid personal security — the gender pay gap would probably not be a major concern. Women...
Source: Think Progress
Since 2009, Walmart has ducked $104 million in taxes by exploiting a tax loophole around bonus payments to just eight top executives, according to a new report from the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) and Americans for Tax...
Staples Inc. (SPLS) investors rejected the office-supply chain’s executive-pay program in an advisory vote, joining a wave of shareholders criticizing compensation levels at U.S. corporations. At the company’s annual meeting...
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