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Week of February 18, 2019
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THIS WEEK: Quick Picks

Companies Shift CEO Pay Mix Following Multiple Say on Pay Failures
Average CEO total compensation at Equilar 500 companies that failed Say on Pay decreased 45% from 2011 to 2017, according to a recent report. The report additionally finds that stock options comprised around 23% of CEO compensation at companies that failed their Say on Pay votes in 2017, which is... Read more
Better Corporate Governance Fosters Innovation Through Executive Compensation
A recent article suggests that high institutional ownership leads to executive pay packages with greater ties to performance, which can drive innovation and firm value creation. The article references a study of U.S. public firm patents, which claims to find that performance-leveraged CEO... Read more

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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

Payment of Annual Incentive Bonus by March 15
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Survey: Societal Impact No. 1 Measure of Performance
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The Unintended Consequences of Regulating Exec Comp
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From Critics + Commentators

How Big a Problem Is It That a Few Shareholders Own Stock in Competing Companies?
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