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Week of June 19, 2017
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THIS WEEK: Quick Picks

Are You a CEO Who Wants a Raise? Try Going on TV
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According to a new study, a CEO’s appearance in CNBC interviews and major news articles has a positive relationship with his or her compensation in the following year, after controlling for firm performance and other confounding factors. Jingoo Kang of Singapore’s Nanyang Technological... Read more
Say on Pay Laws Increase Company Valuations
According to a study from the University of Georgia, when shareholders have a say on executive pay, CEO salaries decline and company valuations rise. The study analyzed financial data from more than 17,000 publicly traded companies in countries that have passed Say on Pay laws and countries that... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

Are You a CEO Who Wants a Raise? Try Going on TV
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New ACC Survey Finds 'Dramatic' Gender Pay Gap for In-House Counsel
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Director Comp Shows Modest Increase
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Volatility Report 2016
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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

Say on Pay Laws Increase Company Valuations
Shareholder Proposals on Executive Compensation Decrease
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Potential Impacts of the Financial CHOICE Act

From Critics + Commentators

Good Governance Can Improve Oversight of Financial Regulatory Institutions
Distracted Directors
Steven Clifford on "The CEO Pay Machine"
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