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Week of July 1, 2019
New Video
Mark Emanuel and Barry Sullivan discuss short-termism in “Share buybacks: help or hinder?”
Listed: Biggest NEO-CEO Pay Flips
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A recent article outlines cases at S&P 500 companies where Named Executive Officer ("NEO") pay exceeded CEO pay last year. The article notes that NEO pay might exceed CEO pay when a CEO has a high ownership stake or the company views an NEO as disproportionately important to firm success, among... Read more
Stop Panicking About Corporate Short-Termism
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A recent article suggests that public companies have strong long-term orientations, contrary to public perception. According to research cited by the author, public companies spent nearly 50% more on R&D and invested more heavily in long-term assets relative to private companies from 2004-2015.... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

Listed: Biggest NEO-CEO Pay Flips
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Will CEO Pay Keep Rising in a Downturn?
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Gender & Compensation at VC-Backed Startups – Where Are We Today?
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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

Spotlight on Boards
Proxy Season Post-Mortem: The Latest Compensation Disclosures
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From Critics + Commentators

Stop Panicking About Corporate Short-Termism
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Executive Pay/Smith & Nephew: Fat Cats' Cause
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