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Tag: pay vs. performance

12 Years Later, the SEC Has Its Pay Versus Performance Rules

When the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was signed into law in 2010, it put publicly traded companies on notice that they would need to justify executive pay rates. It took 12 years, but the Securities and Exchang...

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Shareholders Go on Offense Against CEO Pay Raises

In an industry where top leaders routinely angle for lavish new contracts, the University of Michigan and its head football coach reached an unusual deal in early 2021. After the Wolverines stumbled to a 2-4 record in a 2020 season shortene...

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SEC Proposes New Pay vs. Performance Rule

How should a public company define success? It’s the kind of abstract question that might appear on a college economics exam. But for more than a decade, it has also been a very real question plaguing the Securities and Exchange Commission....

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