CEO pay ratio
CEO Pay Ratio Rule Is ‘Disclosure by Soundbite’
New academic analysis pulls no punches, calling the ratio "lacking in accuracy, difficult to interpret, and incomplete."
Shareholder Engagement Disclosures Shot Up in 2018
Appeasing investors with shareholder engagement disclosures was a significant trend this year: Equilar report.
Pay Ratio Disclosures Mislead Investors
The first round of proxy statements after the new pay ratio rule took effect underscores inherent flaws in the rule.
SEC Eases Compliance with Pay Ratio Rule
Despite new guidance on how to calculate the ratio, questions as to the rule's usefulness persist.
Do High CEO Pay Ratios Harm Company Value?
In a word, no. In fact, a high ratio is associated with, although it does not cause, stronger earnings and stock performance, a new study finds.
High CEO Pay Is Bad for Investors and Companies
At its worst, high pay may incentivize wrongdoing by executives to meet performance benchmarks, the AFL-CIO contends.
Democrats Seek Probe of Acting SEC Chair
Members of the Senate Banking Committee say Michael Piwowar may have put politics ahead of the SEC's mission in directing staff to review Obama-era rules.
CEO Pay Ratio Lower than Expected: Mercer
Research suggests the average ratio between CEO compensation and that of a typical worker is closer to 200:1 than the widely reported 300:1.
CEO Pay Ratio: Tricky to Calculate, Communicate
Companies can expect a lot of questions from employees when the requirement to disclose the ratio takes effect in 2018.
Pay Gap Widens Between Finance Execs, Rank and File
But the rate of salary increase in 2015 dipped slightly from the prior year, research finds.
Does the CEO Pay Ratio Rule Have Merit?
Three very interested observers of the executive compensation arena offer three distinctly different viewpoints on the latest major Dodd-Frank development.