New Private-Company Stock-Based-Pay Rules: Analysis
Private firms using the current method for valuing stock-based compensation should consider using a newly allowed method instead.
Incentive Plans and Non-GAAP Performance Measures
Companies walk a fine line in determining what kind of adjustments should be made to GAAP results.
Stock Awards: Fewer Shares, More Value
With rising market values, employees are getting more value from equity grants even as the number of shares granted dwindles.
CEOs Could Get $80M After Dow-DuPont Merger
The two companies' CFOs would also get 'golden parachute' payments totaling $21.2 million.
CFO Pay Growth Slows to 4.9% in 2014
The highest-paid CEOs and CFOs are now those within the real estate industry, according to a BDO compensation study.
Total Shareholder Return: How Long Is Long Enough?
Are short-term restricted stock compensation programs missing the mark?
Salary Increases Give Way to Variable Pay Hikes
Companies are allocating more of their payroll budgets to compensation vehicles that don't add fixed, ongoing costs.
Facebook Pushes Vendors to Hike Pay, Benefits
The social network's move is part of an effort to address economic disparities in Silicon Valley.
Think You Pay Employees Well? They Don’t
A CEB survey finds that nearly half of employees believe they are paid at below-market rates.
Finance Staffers Earn Larger Pay Increases
CFOs earned a 2.8 percent rise in base pay in 2013, but gave staff-level finance personnel an increase of more than 4 percent.
Turning Workers Into Capitalists
Employee share ownership has merit. But that does not justify further government incentives.