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Source: Blue & Green Tomorrow
The pay gap between men and women working in the corporate responsibility and sustainability (CRS) sector is closing and more women are now employed in the top jobs. That’s according to the sixth edition of the Corporate...
Source: Smart Business
Finding great candidates to fill executive positions is inherently difficult. Though quality candidates can be found, companies tend to lose their top pick because they can’t meet a candidate’s compensation expectations.
At a time when three out of four adults believe CEOs are overpaid, the directors of CBS, Comcast, Discovery, Disney, Fox, Time Warner, and Viacom continued last year to lavish their chiefs with some of corporate America’s largest...
May 17, 2016 Here's A Major Reason Why Big Banks Won't Break upSource: Fortune
“Bank executive compensation is closely and positively related to the size of the institution, but not generally related to profitability.”
Source: Washington Post
The gender pay gap is a persistent phenomenon, research shows, affecting women ranging from young female college graduates to mid-career mothers to even groups of top executives.
May 9, 2016 Executive pay ‘rubber stamping’ rifeSource: Financial Times
According to several non-profit groups, and a handful of outspoken fund managers, shareholders are fundamentally unable to rein in excessive pay at the biggest companies.
Source: The Nation
BlackRock, the top money manager in the world, claims to want to link performance with executive compensation. But its actions tell a different story.
Source: Seeking Alpha
Even though most acquisitions destroy value, this deal stands out for just how quick and large the value destruction was. Due to a combination of misaligned incentives and naively optimistic business plans, Men's Wearhouse...
Source: Financial Times
The world’s biggest sovereign wealth fund is launching a crackdown on executive pay, targeting high salaries at companies around the globe in an attempt to exert its influence in a debate that has been gathering pace in recent...
Volkswagen is to pay 12 current and former managers €63.24 million (£49m) for 2015, a year of record losses for the company following its global emissions scandal.
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