Semler Brossy report featured in “The Street” articleZoom inDownload PDF
Semler Brossy’s Say on Pay reporting was cited in a recent TheStreet article, “At Rovi, Activist Investor’s Years of Protests Against Executive Pay May Give Leverage on Board.”
Semler Brossy Consulting, an executive compensation firm, in a May 2014 report attributed the sizable no vote that year to the level of Rovi’s pay package compared to peers, the company’s negative three-year total shareholder return—which includes stock price and dividends—and a reduction in short-term incentive goals in fiscal 2013 compared to fiscal 2012. A recent ISS Quickscore report, obtained by The Deal, gives Rovi its lowest score for compensation, 10 out of 10, suggesting that the company still has executive pay issues.
Read the full article, “At Rovi, Activist Investor’s Years of Protests Against Executive Pay May Give Leverage on Board.”