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April 10, 2017 Barclays’s Staley Faces Probe, Bonus Cut Over WhistleblowerSource: Bloomberg
Barclays Plc Chief Executive Officer Jes Staley, who has demanded the highest ethical standards from staff, will face a “significant” pay cut and is being probed by regulators for violating policy in trying to unmask a...
Source: The Verge
In January, the US Department of Labor sued Google, claiming that the company was withholding information relevant to an ongoing compliance audit. Now, the agency claims that it has found “systemic compensation disparities...
While federal policy-making aimed at tackling the wage gap could stall under Trump's administration, equal pay advocates are optimistic that state legislatures will take the lead on protecting women in the workplace.
March 29, 2017 Reynolds reports executive compensation for fiscal 2016Source: Winston-Salem Journal
Susan Cameron, executive chairwoman of Reynolds American Inc., did not receive a salary increase in her final year as company president and chief executive
March 22, 2017 Executive Compensation Commands Board Committee ExpertiseSource: Forbes
There's no question the responsibilities of the board's compensation committee have escalated, particularly since the 2008 financial crisis and with passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act...
March 22, 2017 Where The Wealthiest Live: Cities With The Most BillionairesSource: Forbes
This year’s FORBES list of the 2,043 richest spans six continents, 71 countries and territories and hundreds of cities. You’re most likely to have a ten-digit neighbor if you live in the United States, China or India, but which...
Warren Buffett, known for his sound investment advice that has made him a fortune, earned a salary of $100,000 in 2016 as chairman and chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
March 14, 2017 We Know Female CEOs Get Paid More, But We Don’t Know WhySource: Harvard Business Review
In a survey of 341 S&P 500 companies, it found that the 17 female chief executives in the group made nearly $8 million more on average than their 324 male counterparts.
February 28, 2017 Volkswagen caps executive pay after emissions scandalSource: USA Today
Volkswagen Group slashed the maximum compensation for its top executives after an emissions scandal undermined confidence in the German automaker's leadership, even as the company returned to profitability in 2016 following a...
Executive compensation has always been a difficult topic and as executive wages have grown rapidly since the financial crisis, while the wages of the average worker have stagnated, the debate around executive compensation has...
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