1. Articles mentioning both Disclosures on Compensation and Executive Compensation

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    1. Compensation and Human Capital Corporate Actions in Response to Covid-19

      Compensation and Human Capital Corporate Actions in Response to Covid-19
      Informative Alert from our BoardRoom Resource Partner, Compensation Advisory Partners (CAP), setting forth specific compensation and human capital issues which corporations have taken to ensure their short-term and long-term viability while continuing to support their employees, customers, and the community at large... https://files.constantcontact.com/bae32c69501/a87f438b-6ba0-4c7e-8cf7-d55a3ebaa755.pdf
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    2. WPP's Martin Sorrell says Shareholder Revolt Shows 'Improving Trend' for Executive Pay

      WPP's Martin Sorrell says Shareholder Revolt Shows 'Improving Trend' for Executive Pay
      Martin Sorrell has claimed that WPP shareholders are growing increasingly accepting of his multi-million pound executive pay package, despite facing opposition from more than a fifth of voters at the advertising company's annual general meeting (AGM) on Wednesday. A total of 21.3 percent of shareholders voted against Sorrell's 48 million ($62 million) pay package when they met in London on Wednesday; 20.79 percent voted against the ...
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    3. BP Slashes its CEO's Pay By 40%

      BP Slashes its CEO's Pay By 40%
      (Reuters) - BP has cut Chief Executive Bob Dudley's pay package by 40 percent to $11.6 million, the company said on Thursday, the latest British bluechip company to rein in executive pay after shareholder revolts. The nearly $8 million cut follows changes to the oil company's pay policy, including a 25 percent reduction in bonuses for reaching certain targets. Dudley's pay still remains well above that of ...
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    4. Theresa May Warned Against 'Heavy-Handed' Approach to Corporate Governance

      Theresa May Warned Against 'Heavy-Handed' Approach to Corporate Governance
      Business has responded with concern to Government proposals which could require them to make public the ratio between the pay of chief executives and ordinary workers. And unions have voiced anger over the failure of a new package of corporate governance reforms to provide seats for workers on company boards ...
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    5. Following Wells Fargo CEO's Resignation, Blumenthal, Senate Colleagues Ask Feds to Strengthen Accountability Measures for Executive Pay

      Following Wells Fargo CEO's Resignation, Blumenthal, Senate Colleagues Ask Feds to Strengthen Accountability Measures for Executive Pay
      Today, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) joined a group of 19 other U.S. Senatorsled by Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.), and Al Franken (D-Minn.) calling on federal financial regulators to strengthen a proposedclawback rule pursuant to Dodd-Frank that aims to prohibit executive pay arrangements ...
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    6. Compensation Clawbacks Raise Significant Tax Issues

      Compensation Clawbacks Raise Significant Tax Issues
      Last year, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released a proposed rule that would require public companies to establish clawback policies for recovering incentive-based compensation that was awarded erroneously. This proposal was mandated by the controversial Dodd-Frank Act. As we await a final rule, lets review the potential ...
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    7. Yahoo CEO Could Get $44 Million in Severance Package

      Yahoo CEO Could Get $44 Million in Severance Package
      Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer stands to collect a $44 million severance package if she leaves after Verizon completes its purchase of the once-mighty internet company. Mayer hasn't announced plans to leave, but industry observers say she's unlikely to stay after the $4.8 billion sale closes early next year ...
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    8. Calls for Simplification of Executive Pay

      Calls for Simplification of Executive Pay
      The report says that growing complexity in remuneration has contributed to poor alignment between executives, shareholders and the company, sometimes leading to levels of remuneration which are very difficult to justify. It highlights the ubiquitous LTIP as one reason for this and says companies feel they are forced to adopt the model ...
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    9. French Parliament Says Shareholders Must Set Bosses' Pay

      French Parliament Says Shareholders Must Set Bosses' Pay
      Shareholders must set French chief executives' pay in a binding vote that corporate boards cannot ignore, the French parliament decided early on Friday in reaction to a public outcry over Renault chief Carlos Ghosn's giant package. However, lawmakers in the lower house rejected a left-wing bid to impose a legal ceiling on CEO remuneration ...
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