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Mark Hurd's Termination from HP: Case Study

It’s ironic that the same week Jim McRitchie reports on lingering opposition to and attempts to circumvent the new proxy access rules Funds Preparing Candidate Pool and Proxy Access Avoidance: Subversive or Accelerating Preemption?, in part because of concerns that directors elected in this manner will focus on extraneous matters and private agendas, we see […]

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Self-Selecting Aspirational Peer Group: Impact on CEO Pay

The Investor Responsibility Research Center (IRRC) Institute and PROXY Governance Inc. (PGI) today released a new study, “Compensation Peer Groups at Companies with High Pay,” that identifies a subset of S&P 500 companies with high pay that is not aligned with high performance. The data reveal that high executive pay companies self-select larger than appropriate […]

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Pay Without Performance

Pay Without Performance

Pay without Performance: The Unfulfilled Promise of Executive Compensation was the best book published in 2004 in the field of corporate governance. Lucian Bebchuk and Jesse Fried focus on one aspect of corporate governance, executive pay, and clearly demonstrate that many features of executive pay are better explained as a result of shear managerial power, […]

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