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Week of March 6, 2017
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Short-termism: Is Compensation Design to Blame?

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The Best Advice This Proxy Season? Be Prepared
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Deborah Scally, of NYSE Governance Services, offers a list of prominent topics on the minds of shareholders and proxy advisors this proxy season. According to Scally, as shareholders continue to play a more active role in corporate governance, issues from proxy access to environmental, social, and... Read more
Uncapping Executive Pay
Michael Doran, professor at the University of Virginia School of Law, opines on the effectiveness, or lack thereof, of Section 162(m) since its inception more than two decades ago. Doran makes the case for repealing the $1 million tax cap on executive pay, claiming that the limitation has been a... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

The Best Advice This Proxy Season? Be Prepared
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Boards Move to LTI Plans With 2 or 3 Vehicles
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There Are No Small Roles
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4 Ways CEOs Can Conquer Short-Termism
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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

Punishing CEOs For Bad Behavior: 2017 Public Perception Survey
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A Look at Board Composition: How Does Your Industry Stack Up?
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From Critics + Commentators

Uncapping Executive Pay
Focus on Annual Incentives: Metrics, Goals, and More
How Do We Report a Discretionary Bonus?
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Big Bonus, Big Problem
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