1. Corporations Grow Nervous as Compensation for Directors Rises

    Corporations Grow Nervous as Compensation for Directors Rises

    It’s nice work if you can get it. The average annual compensation for non-executive directors at S&P 500 companies rose 2 percent to $304,856 last year, topping $300,000 for the first time and 43 percent higher than it was 10 years ago, according to a new report released by executive headhunters Spencer Stuart. But thanks largely to stock grants some earned a lot more than that...

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    1. There's a certain amount of nervousness within companies about what they're paying directors.
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