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Week of May 15, 2017
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THIS WEEK: Quick Picks

Corporate Governance, Shareholder Proposals, and Engagement Between Managers and Owners
Professor J. Robert Brown highlights his concerns with Section 844 of the Financial CHOICE Act, which stiffens eligibility standards for the submission of shareholder proposals. He questions the impetus for the provision, given that the level of proposal submissions has been stagnant in recent... Read more
LTIP-ing Point: Is This the End of Long-Term Incentive Plans?
Long-term incentive plans (LTIPs) have become one of the latest focus points for shareholder anger over executive compensation, specifically in the U.K., where critics are claiming that the three-year duration of many LTIPs is not enough to focus executives on the long-term. Further, critics... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

CFO Base Pay Rose 2.8% in 2016
U.K.: Executive Pay Practices Are Changing
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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

An Activist View of CEO Compensation
CorpGov Regs Targeted by Financial Choice Act
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Further Clarification on Director Independence in Litigation
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From Critics + Commentators

10 Years of Data on Baseball Teams Shows When Pay Transparency Backfires
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Are CEOs Less Ethical Than in the Past?
A Boss's Guide to Fending Off an Activist Attack
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