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Week of October 14, 2019
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Mark Emanuel and Barry Sullivan discuss short-termism in “Share buybacks: help or hinder?”
CEO Pay Growth and Total Shareholder Return
A recent study examines the alignment between CEO pay growth and total shareholder return ("TSR") from 2014 to 2018. The study claims to find a weak correlation between CEO pay growth and TSR, which the author suggests may be due to a myriad of factors such as CEO turnover or an insufficient time... Read more
The Effects of Say on Pay Failures
A recent study of Russell 3000 companies examines pay program changes and disclosures following failed Say on Pay votes. The study claims to find that over 80% of Russell 3000 companies that failed Say on Pay in 2018 made changes to their executive pay programs for 2019. The most common responses... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

CEO Pay Growth and Total Shareholder Return
Executive Excess 2019: Making Corporations Pay for Big Pay Gaps
Eyeing Lawsuits, Boards Tighten Limits on Director Pay
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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

The Effects of Say on Pay Failures
Asset Owners Allocating More to ESG—Survey
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Special: The Intersection of the Corporate Purpose, Stakeholder Interests and ESG

From Critics + Commentators

Can Comp and Conferences Help Board Recruiting?
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Why Do CEOs Make so Much Money?
The Compensation Philosophy Conversation