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Week of June 12, 2017
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Lone-Insider Boards Underperform Peers
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According to new research published in the Strategic Management Journal, when CEOs serve as the only inside board member, their contributions are overvalued by independent directors, and they are paid excessively as a result. According to the study, lone-insider CEOs were paid an excess $4.7... Read more
Say on Pay Voting Frequency — The Financial CHOICE Act Adds Uncertainty to the Process
Dorsey & Whitney partner Kimberly Anderson imagines various administrative points of uncertainty that would result from the proposal to require a Say on Pay vote only in years that there is a material change to executive compensation. Should the Financial CHOICE Act containing this proposal pass,... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

Compensation Goals and Firm Performance
Number of Women CEOs in Fortune 500 is an All-Time High — of 32
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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

Lone-Insider Boards Underperform Peers
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FASB Issues Helpful Guidance on Accounting for Equity-Based Compensation
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SEC reconsiders CEO-to-Worker Pay Ratio Rule
Calling 'Mom and Pop' in a Proxy Fight
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From Critics + Commentators

Corporate Governance as Moral Psychology

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