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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.
April 25, 2016 Corporate Governance & Executive Compensation 2015 SurveySource: Value Walk
We are pleased to share Shearman & Sterling’s 2015 Corporate Governance & Executive Compensation Survey of the 100 largest US public companies. This year’s Survey, the 13th in our series, examines some of the most important...
April 21, 2016 The highest-paying companies in AmericaSource: 11 Alive
Paychecks in America vary tremendously. On average, U.S. workers earn just under $50,000 a year, which takes into account workers who live off poverty wages as well as those who earn six-figure sums. Companies in just a few...
Source: National Law Review
For many years, I have assisted clients in the negotiation of executive compensation. I have obtained, analyzed and presented compelling arguments based on comparative compensation data. -
April 12, 2016 Dodd-Frank Rule Could Restrain CEO PaySource: Accounting Today
A long-awaited regulation from the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 requires companies to disclose the ratio of the CEO’s compensation to the median pay of employees and could prove to be effective in restraining the growth of CEO pay,...
U.S. CEOs could learn a thing or two about taking responsibility and expressing humility from Toshifumi Suzuki, the 83-year-old Japanese convenience store mogul. Suzuki, whose Seven & i Holdings is the parent company of the...
April 1, 2016 What If We Confiscated CEO Compensation For Large Health Insurers And Redistributed It To Members?Source: Forbes
Last month, AEI’s Mark Perry posted an interesting hypothetical: What if the compensation for all S&P 500 CEOs were confiscated and redistributed to rank-and-file workers?  It turns out that this redistribution would lift...
March 18, 2016 Why Dodd-Frank Has Not Dialed Down Sky-high CEO Pay
FORTUNE - According to a new report from public-advocacy nonprofit As You Sow, that's because most pension funds, mutual funds, and other institutional investors continue to rubber-stamp exorbitant pay packageseven when a CEO's...
March 11, 2016 Coca-Cola Cuts CEO Kent's Pay After Revamping Equity ProgramSource: Bl00mberg
Coca-Cola Co. slashed pay for Chief Executive Officer Muhtar Kent by 42 percent last year, following through on changes to a compensation plan that had drawn investors’ ire.
February 24, 2016 Performance-based pay isn't suited for executives: Here's whySource: Becker's Hospital Review
As much as 60 percent to 80 percent of senior executives' pay is often tied to performance metrics. However, research on incentives and motivation shows there is no material benefit to having variable executive compensation...
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