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April 12, 2018 Stockholder Challenges to Executive CompensationSource: NY Law Journal
he Delaware Supreme Court recently clarified the limits of the stockholder ratification defense in litigation challenging director compensation awarded under the parameters of a stockholder-approved compensation plan.
Source: Hollywood Reporter
A shareholder has sued Netflix board members over allegations that they "rigged the compensation process, guaranteeing Netflix officers huge cash payments while misleading investors into believing that these payments were...
For the first time, a new Securities and Exchange Commission rule mandated under the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform requires publicly traded companies to disclose what their their CEOs are compensated in comparison with their...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Americans are evenly divided in their reaction to a proposal for the federal government to take steps to limit the pay of executives at major companies. This contrasts with 2009, when almost six in 10 favored...
Source: Construction Drive
Engineering News-Record's 1Q Cost Report revealed that compensation for construction executives is near historical highs and professionals at all levels are being awarded hefty bonuses because of strong, continuing demand for...
Faith-based investor group the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility is pushing for drug-price disclosures from five major pharmaceutical companies, linking the issue to executive pay.
March 20, 2018 Verizon shareholders want executive pay tied to how well it improves its cybersecuritySource: Fast Company
Today, shareholders in Verizon filed a proposal for the company’s May 3 annual meeting requesting the board to consider tying the compensation of “senior executives” to the company’s security performance.
Source: Huff Post
As Congress chips away at bank regulations established by the 2010 Dodd-Frank law, another part of the measure is exposing the extreme income inequality between bosses and their workers.
n a rare move, GE says that its top leaders will not get bonuses after the company's terrible year.
March 9, 2018 Disney shareholders vote against CEO Iger's pay packageSource: CNBC
Walt Disney Co shareholders rejected an executive compensation plan that could reward Chief Executive Officer Bob Iger with up to $48.5 million a year over four years plus an equity grant worth about $100 million, in a...
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