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    2. JP Morgan chief Jamie Dimon Becomes Best-Paid Bank Boss For Fifth Year

      JP Morgan chief Jamie Dimon Becomes Best-Paid Bank Boss For Fifth Year
      Dimon has been running JP Morgan since 2005 and was credited with guiding it through the financial crisis relatively unscathed, building what he described as a 'fortress balance sheet'. But he has been rocked by a series of scandals in recent years. JP Morgan lost 4.3billion after trades by the so-called 'London whale' Bruno Iksil turned sour in 2012. Dimon initially dismissed the mounting losses at the bank's ...
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    3. WeWork Just Restructured its Compensation Plan Under New ex-Goldman Head of People

      WeWork Just Restructured its Compensation Plan Under New ex-Goldman Head of People
      WeWork is changing its employee compensation, per an email sent to staff Thursday by its new head of people that Business Insider obtained. The package includes base salary, an annual cash bonus, and annual equity grants. Previously, employees had equity but not through an annual grant system. WeWork plans to hire more next year, and the package is intended to both attract new talent and retain existing employees after a ...
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    4. Alphabet’s New Boss Means $2 Billion for Departing Founders

      Alphabet’s New Boss Means $2 Billion for Departing Founders
      (Bloomberg) -- Larry Page and Sergey Brin just got a $2 billion retirement gift from investors. The Google co-founders, who announced on Tuesday they were stepping down from day-to-day management of parent Alphabet Inc., added about $1 billion each to their net worth as of 10:15 a.m. in New York, after the firms shares rose 1.8%. They each own about 6% of the internet giant and still control ...
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    5. Warren Buffett: The Deck Is Stacked Against Shareholders When It Comes to Executive Pay

      Warren Buffett: The Deck Is Stacked Against Shareholders When It Comes to Executive Pay
      In recent months, I have written about a number of market phenomena that present investors with problems. One of these things concerns the use of stock-based options as a means of compensating executives. In one of his letters, Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) criticized the practice, arguing they represent an unfair transfer of wealth from shareholders to managers...
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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.
      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 ...