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    2. Wells Fargo Scores The Latest Narrow Win for CEO Pay

      Wells Fargo Scores The Latest Narrow Win for CEO Pay
      (Reuters) -Wells Fargo Co's executive pay plan for 2020 received backing from only about 57% of investor votes on Tuesday, a narrow win for the company and the latest evidence of the tougher scrutiny that shareholders are putting on CEO compensation this year. CEO and President Charles Scharf was paid $20.4 million in 2020, down from $34.3 million in 2019, when he was first named to lead ...
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    3. Want Progress on Diversity? Link it to Your CEO’s Pay

      Want Progress on Diversity? Link it to Your CEO’s Pay
      Last June,as the nation convulsed with protests against racial inequality and the police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and too many others,Nikewas inthe same predicament as much of corporate Americapledging to help rectify societys mistreatment and exclusion of Black people, while simultaneously being called out for its own failings on that front...
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    4. J&J CEO Pay Irks Investors Upset with Opioid Lawsuits Fallout

      J&J CEO Pay Irks Investors Upset with Opioid Lawsuits Fallout
      (Reuters) - Johnson Johnson is coming under fire from some investors who are raising questions about companies that give their chief executives hefty pay raises despite facing billions of dollars in legal costs over their role in the U.S. opioid crisis. JJ has always excluded certain one-time costs such as litigation expenses from its calculation of stock payouts to executives, an approach that compensation consultants say is common across corporate ...
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    1. Our research found that median CEO pay has continued to rise post-SOP. While this continued increase was disappointing to the advocates of SOP, this was not surprising to corporate directors, executives and most institutional investors.
      In Say On Pay Votes Have Not Reduced CEO Pay
    2. This is a critical finding that suggests that the labor market for CEO pay remains robust, but the post-SOP governance environment may have constrained pay at the top of the distribution.
      In Say On Pay Votes Have Not Reduced CEO Pay
    3. We consistently find evidence that supports the argument that compensation consultants are hired to justify higher CEO pay to the board, shareholders, and other stakeholders.
      In How Compensation Consultants Use Data to Ratchet up Pay of CEOs