long term incentives
More CEOs Must Retain Equity Awards Post-Vesting
If current trends hold, eventually stock-retention requirements for CEOs may be almost as universal as equity ownership requirements.
Performance-based Pay Enriched CFOs in 2017
On the back of stronger revenue and operating income, both finance chiefs and CEOs saw their personal incomes leap by about 10% last year.
Tax Law Ravages Exec Comp Deductions
Loss of deductions for performance-based pay may cost public companies nearly $100 million over three years — but do they care?
CEO Pay Rose by 6% in 2016
It was the biggest gain in compensation for chief executives in three years, Equilar reports.
Pay for Performance Comes of Age
2014 is proving to be a banner year in the long evolution of the pay-for-performance movement.
How Executive-Compensation Methods Relate to Shareholder Return
Regulators, proxy advisors and investors may be way off the mark in their views on executive compensation.
In a Shift, CFOs Trail Their Bosses in Pay Hikes
For the first time in several years, CEO compensation went up more than CFO pay in 2013.