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.
Pay Ratio Rule: Tell Us What You Think
A chance for readers to sound off on the issue of requiring CEO-to-worker pay ratio disclosures.
Deep-Six the CEO Pay Ratio Rule
The disclosures are misleading and create an unjustified burden on companies, says Timothy J. Bartl of the Center On Executive Compensation.
CFO Compensation Rises 6.7% At Large Firms
Survey finds increases in all CFO pay elements last year, with strong corporate results fueling the rise in performance-driven bonus payouts.
Dodd-Frank’s Next Act: Executive Pay
The SEC’s proposed disclosure rules have drawn criticism from proponents and opponents alike.
SEC Mulling Tweak of Pay-Ratio Disclosure Rule
Some stakeholders favor excluding segments of a company’s workforce to calculate a ratio of executive to average worker pay.
Ex-WaMu Execs Seeking $23M in Golden Parachutes
The defunct lender's liquidating trust is opposing the payments to executives who were accused of contributing to its collapse.
Improving Economy Boosting Finance Execs’ Pay
Survey finds salary increases for executives at both public and private companies are exceeding the overall marketplace.
Executive Job Hopping Boosts Pay for Ex-Colleagues
When an executive switches firms, the ones who get left behind usually get a hike in compensation.
Health Insurers Pay More Taxes under Obamacare
Loss of tax deductions on executive compensation above $500,000, an Affordable Care Act provision that took effect last year, bites insurers.