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    2. Apple Boss Tim Cook Lands $750M After Share Price Boom

      Apple Boss Tim Cook Lands $750M After Share Price Boom
      APPLE boss Tim Cook has landed a $750 million (500 million) share windfall, the latest evidence that the wealth of the very richest American CEOs has boomed during the pandemic. The share award is part of a deal agreed last year that keeps him at the iPhone giant until 2026 and follows a 1200% rise in Apple shares since he succeeded Steve Jobs in 2011. His total wealth is put ...
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    3. More CEOs Get Paid to do Better

      More CEOs Get Paid to do Better
      A rush of companies say they are putting their money where their mouth is. From McDonald's to Wells Fargo, a record number of big businesses say how they fare on a slew of goals like diversity will impact part of CEO pay. Why it matters: It's kicked into high gear in the past year, as companies try to signal they are serious about their role in improving society...
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    4. Looking Ahead to the 2022 Proxy Season: ISS Annual Policy Survey and New Climate Survey Topics Reflect Focus on ESG and Climate Risk Oversight and SPAC Transactions

      Looking Ahead to the 2022 Proxy Season: ISS Annual Policy Survey and New Climate Survey Topics Reflect Focus on ESG and Climate Risk Oversight and SPAC Transactions
      ...he Annual Policy Survey include non-financial environment, social and governance (ESG) performance metrics in executive compensation plans, racial equity audits, virtual-only annual shareholder meetings, CEO compensation...
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    5. Inequality Has Soared During the Pandemic—and So Has C.E.O. Compensation

      Inequality Has Soared During the Pandemic—and So Has C.E.O. Compensation
      What would it take to arouse a sense of financial restraint among Americas top corporate executives and the people who set their pay? More than a global pandemic, it turns out. The C.E.O. of the cruise-ship operator Carnival Corporation, Arnold Donald, got $5.2 million in retention and performance-based stock awards last year, lifting his total 2020 compensation to an estimated $13.3 millionnearly twenty per cent more ...
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    1. We heard the shareholders loud and clear. We understood what they had to say.
      In Barrick announces new pay scheme, may add two more new directors
    2. There is no federal law, rule, or regulation that says companies must not or are prohibited from announcing or discussing long-term incentive compensation prior to their annual shareholder meetings.
      In Wheels Fly Off GM's CEO Pay Story
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    1. Because the reality is any board, whether it is a purely local Japanese company or whether it is an international, global company, whatever corporation you run, the executive compensation and CEO compensation is an extremely important issue.
      In Soul-Searching is in Order for Nissan's Board After Ghosn Allegations, Governance Experts Say
    2. The Compensation Committee will conduct a thorough review of the current executive compensation plan and consider implementing changes that further drive alignment between incentives and shareholder value.
      In BREAKING NEWS: McKesson Shareholders Vote Against Exec Pay Structure
    3. The 2016 BDO Board Survey reveals frustration among boards with the growing number of disclosures in financial statements today, though they clearly see use for non-GAAP metrics - especially with regard to executive compensation calculations.
      In Public Company Directors Want to Reign in “Overboarding”, Split on Improvements to Non-GAAP ...