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Week of May 14, 2018
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THIS WEEK: Quick Picks

CEO Pay and Performance Often Don't Match Up
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A recent article asserts that despite the efforts of boards, CEO pay often does not align with delivered results. According to a Wall Street Journal analysis, the 10% of S&P 500 CEOs who received the largest pay increases in 2017 led their companies to middling shareholder returns, while the 10% of... Read more
Independent Directors: New Class of 2017
The 2017 class of first-time Fortune 100 directors tends to be younger, more diverse, and more skilled in finance and public policy than prior classes of directors, according to a new report. The analysis found that 40% of new directors were female, 15% were under the age of 50, and 54% served in... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

CEO Pay and Performance Often Don't Match Up
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Lingering Gender Pay Gap Plagues U.S. In-House Counsel
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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

Independent Directors: New Class of 2017
Mum's the Word on Pay Ratio Exclusion
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New Directors Push for Structure in Onboarding
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From Critics + Commentators

Form 8-K: Disclosing Raise “In Connection With” Promotion
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4 Ways CEOs Mess Up Compensation Programs

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