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How Skimping on CEO Pay Can Drive Public Company Underperformance | WSJ: Risk & Compliance Journal (subscription required) | July 24, 2014

Oversight on compensation programs can constrain company performance, claims Mark Hodak of Hodak Value Advisors. Academics have shown that public companies underperform when they tailor their compensation programs to alleviate shareholder advisor concerns. Private equity firms, conversely, have more flexibility and annually outperform public markets by 3%. Mr. Hodak explains that the executive compensation regulatory environment is likely to get only more confining in the future. Read more

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