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    1. Apple CEO Tim Cook Will Become a Free Agent at the End of Next Year

      Apple CEO Tim Cook Will Become a Free Agent at the End of Next Year

      Bloomberg recently released a list of the top paid CEOs for last year and it revealed that Apple CEO Tim Cook received more than $133 million in compensation last year. This includes $3 million in salary, a $7.7 million bonus, $122.2 million in stock awards, and more than $884 million in perks. The total placed Cook second among these well-paid executives. Topping the list with total 2019 compensation amounting to $595.3 million was Tesla CEO Elon Musk...

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    2. How CEO Pay in America Got Out of Whack

      How CEO Pay in America Got Out of Whack

      “TOO OFTEN, executive compensation in the US is ridiculously out of line with performance…The deck is stacked against investors.” It was with these words that in 2006 Warren Buffett, a legendary investor and red-blooded capitalist, challenged the received wisdom in corporate America about CEO pay. This maintains that bosses deserve generous rewards because these are tightly linked to their companies’ financial performance...

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    3. How ESG Issues Can Become Even More Relevant in Times of Market Crisis

      How ESG Issues Can Become Even More Relevant in Times of Market Crisis

      As a Brit based in Santa Monica, California, Daniel E. Ingram is the chair of investment advisory company Wilshire’s ESG and Diversity Committee. Wilshire, which has more than $8.6 billion in assets under management and $168 billion in assets under advisement, recruited Ingram in 2017 as part of an effort to expand its ESG and socially responsible investing capabilities...  

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    4. Bias Behind Failure to Select Women for FTSE Boards Revealed

      Bias Behind Failure to Select Women for FTSE Boards Revealed

      Flawed selection procedures and entrenched bias are combining to minimise the numbers of women on FTSE company boards, according to new research. Dr Claire Barnes, an organisational psychologist at Birkbeck, University of London, found that women who were would-be directors of the UK’s top organisations were being failed by a system which favoured the status quo...

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      Mentions: Women UK
    5. Say on Pay and the Effects of the CEO Pay Ratio: Key Findings From the 2020 Proxy Season

      Say on Pay and the Effects of the CEO Pay Ratio: Key Findings From the 2020 Proxy Season

      With the 2020 proxy season now concluded, thousands of U.S. public companies have filed their proxy statements highlighting key trends with regards to their governance practices. Among the many trends captured from this year’s proxy season are those related to Say on Pay and the CEO Pay Ratio. In this post, Equilar analyzes Say on Pay voting results and the effects of the CEO Pay Ratio on Say on Pay among Equilar 500 companies—the 500 largest U.S. public companies by revenue...

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    6. NYC Comptroller’s Boardroom Accountability 3.0 Results

      NYC Comptroller’s Boardroom Accountability 3.0 Results

      This spring, New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer and the New York City Retirement Systems (NYCRS) announced the successful initial results of Boardroom Accountability Project 3.0. Building on the “Rooney Rule” pioneered by the National Football League (NFL), Boardroom 3.0 calls on major companies to adopt search policies requiring the consideration of women and racially/ethnically diverse candidates for board directors and chief executive officers (CEOs)...

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      Mentions: Investment CFO Hilton
    7. Corporate Governance in the Era of Offsite Employees

      Corporate Governance in the Era of Offsite Employees

      The pandemic is far from over. Even if it were, the sea change in corporate work forces that COVID-19 has facilitated will forever change how work is done, with more of that work being done from home. This means that corporate governance policies and security risk management strategies and protections must be equally malleable...

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