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  • Novellus Investors Drop Backdating Suit

    The manufacturer has been embroiled in the options-timing controversy for a year because of an analyst report. But it has not been implicated by restatements, resignations, or federal investigations. May 10, 2007

  • Marvell Fires General Counsel

    Marvell's general counsel was fired before the release of the company's backdating report. The counsel's attorney denies any connection May 8, 2007

  • Apple CFO Warned Jobs on Option Dates

    Statement by former finance chief Fred Anderson raises questions about the company's claim that its CEO did not ''appreciate the accounting implications'' of options backdating. April 25, 2007

  • Made in India: Bargain Finance Execs

    A global pay survey finds the highest finance, marketing, and HR director salaries are in the U.S., followed by the U.K., with the best "bargains" found in India. April 23, 2007

  • House Votes Yea to "Say on Pay"

    Although Barney Frank's bill would give shareholders a nonbinding vote on executive compensation, opponents worry the votes could carry too much weight. April 20, 2007

  • User's Guide to SEC Pay-disclosure Rules

    Under the new Securities and Exchange Commission requirements, ''you've got to employ some gymnastics'' when calculating total compensation, says a co-author of the new guide from Moody's. April 17, 2007

  • "Say on Pay" Bill Passes House Committee

    Opponents of Barney Frank's bill say it would spur public-company CFOs and their bosses to take jobs at private equity-firms, away from the scrutiny of investors. March 29, 2007

  • The Politics of Pay

    The rewards of America's company bosses face yet more scrutiny and attack. March 29, 2007

  • Seller's Market

    Finance salaries across Asia are rising, according to a salary survey. That's not necessarily good news for CFOs. March 21, 2007

  • Critics: "Say on Pay" Spurs Brain Drain

    Opponents wonder if a Barney Frank bill that would enable shareholders to opine on executive pay could push CFOs and their bosses at publicly held companies into the private-equity sphere. March 9, 2007

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