May 24, 2011

“Who Should Investors Believe When It Comes to Peer Groups?”

In her “Executive Pay Watch” blog, Robin A. Ferracone argues that ISS’ one-size-fits-all approach to peer groups is probably not as meaningful as a custom cut of peers.

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May 19, 2011

“Should Short- and Long-Term Incentive Measures be Different?”

Robin A. Ferracone examines whether performance measures in short- and long-term incentive plans should differ.

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May 11, 2011

“American Airlines: Is Management Being Paid What It’s Worth?”

In her “Executive Pay Watch” blog, Robin A. Ferracone examines whether management is being paid what it’s worth at American Airlines by examining multiple factors, including how American’s stock price performed relative to other airlines.

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May 3, 2011

“Companies Deserve Pay Transparency, Too”

In a guest post on Robin A. Ferracone’s “Executive Pay Watch” blog, Dan Walter, President and CEO of Performensation and founder of Equity Compensation Experts, weighs in on pay transparency.

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April 26, 2011

“The Role of Environmental Sustainability in Executive Compensation”

Robin A. Ferracone examines what companies are doing to improve environmental sustainability, and whether such programs are finding their way into incentive plans.

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