To Make More Money, Find a New Job
Last year was a banner one, pay-wise, for executives who switched employers, but still a less-lucrative one than job-hoppers enjoyed a few years back.
Prepare for This Pay-for-Performance Measure
ISS is adopting a metric that may impact how investors evaluate pay practices. Companies that don’t use it already should consider doing so.
Boards seek the optimal compensation formula to satisfy all sides in the conflict over executive pay packages.
Executive Compensation Is Right Where It Should Be
The market for executive pay is more efficient today than it was decades ago, a pay consultant insists.
Square-Off: Is Executive Pay Too Low, Too High, or Just Right?
Here are four fresh takes in the ceaseless debate over compensation for CEOs and CFOs.
Here’s Why Executive Pay Gets a Bum Rap
Small, positive changes by astute executives can drive astronomical increases in shareholder return and long-term company value.
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.
Top CFOs’ Pay Rises 18.7% to $3.4M Since 2011
An Equilar survey finds CFO pay growth at S&P 500 firms outpacing that of CEOs and performance-based equity gaining prominence.
Total Shareholder Return: How Long Is Long Enough?
Are short-term restricted stock compensation programs missing the mark?
Dodd-Frank’s Next Act: Executive Pay
The SEC’s proposed disclosure rules have drawn criticism from proponents and opponents alike.
CFOs Outpace CEOs in Pay Gains — Sort Of
Finance chiefs got higher-percentage raises in 2014, yet fell further behind on a raw-dollar basis.