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    2. Duke Energy CEO’s Pay Dropped to $14M After Big 2017 Bounty

      Duke Energy CEO’s Pay Dropped to $14M After Big 2017 Bounty
      CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Duke Energy Corp. CEO Lynn Goods reported compensation is down to $14 million after a big raise in 2017 put her at more than $21 million. The Charlotte-based electricity and gas utility disclosed Goods compensation Thursday in its proxy statement released ahead of the annual shareholders meeting in May. The proxy shows Goods pay was only about 1 percent higher last year than it was in ...
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    3. Wall Street Regulators Could Take a Fresh Look at Bonuses

      Wall Street Regulators Could Take a Fresh Look at Bonuses
      (Bloomberg) -- Wall Street could face fresh restrictions on bonus payments as regulators appointed by President Donald Trump consider dusting off post-crisis rules that have long been on the back burner, according to two people familiar with the matter. U.S. agencies including the Federal Reserve have discussed re-proposing the regulations after previous attempts to approve them in 2011 and 2016 failed, said the people, who asked not be named because ...
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    4. Disney Cuts Iger's Future Compensation by $13.5 Million a Year

      Disney Cuts Iger's Future Compensation by $13.5 Million a Year
      (Bloomberg) -- Walt Disney Co. cut tens of millions of dollars of future potential earnings for Chief Executive Officer Bob Iger days before its annual meeting, where investors are set to vote on the entertainment giants executive pay program. Igers target annual compensation will be $35 million after the deal with Rupert Murdochs 21st Century Fox Inc. is completed, Disney said Monday in a regulatory filing. Thats 28 percent less than ...
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    5. Bank of America Boosts CEO Brian Moynihan's Pay 15% to $26.5 Million After Record Profit Last Year

      Bank of America Boosts CEO Brian Moynihan's Pay 15% to $26.5 Million After Record Profit Last Year
      Bank of AmericaCEOBrian Moynihangot a 15 percent raise, the biggest increase among bank chiefs to disclose pay so far, after the lender reported record earnings last year. Moynihan's compensation rose to $26.5 million from $23 million in 2017, according to a regulatory filing Friday. That includes a $1.5 million salary and $25 million in stock units, some of which are performance-based...
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    1. We heard the shareholders loud and clear. We understood what they had to say.
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    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.
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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 ...