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Week of March 9, 2020
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SURVEY RESULTS: “Impact of Covid-19 on Executive and Director Compensation”
Women CEOs Negotiate Higher Severance Pay
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A recent article discusses research claiming to find that female CEOs receive 35% higher severance pay than male CEOs, on average. The research attributes this discrepancy to female CEOs' perceptions that they are more likely to be terminated than male CEOs, while others attribute it to adept... Read more
Preparing for Proxy Season: Telling Your Best Story
A recent article discusses how proxy statements have evolved from an SEC mandate to a tool for companies to interact with shareholders. According to the article, many proxy statements today contain visual displays and narratives explaining the Board's rationale for select compensation decisions,... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

Women CEOs Negotiate Higher Severance Pay
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Inequality Isn't Shareholders' Fault, but They Can Help Fix It
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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

Will the SEC Guidance on Metrics Impact Disclosure of ESG Metrics?
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HSR Thresholds Adjusted for 2020

From Critics + Commentators

The Compensation Conundrum
COVID-19: Considerations About Incentive Plan Goals
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A Modest CEO Pay Proposal