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October 18, 2021
Wall Street Journal – Today’s Tech Founders Don’t Just Own the Company. They’re Also Getting Huge Pay Packages.
For years, Silicon Valley was known as a place where leaders often bucked American corporate customs when it came to pay. Rather than receiving large stock grants and salaries, company founders like Facebook Inc.’s Mark Zuckerberg and Amazon. com Inc.’s Jeff Bezos took little or nothing. Instead, they benefited from the rising value of stock they got by starting their companies.Read More
October 6, 2021
A year that included both a market recession and a rebound, 2020 saw equity compensation for named executive officers increase by 3.7% at companies in the S&P 500.Read More
October 6, 2021
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October 1, 2021
This week, SEC commissioners in a four-to-one vote proposed a rule broadening the type of investors required to publicly disclose their “thumbs up” and “thumbs down” votes on executive compensation plans, marking the first time that investors such as hedge funds and endowments have been required to disclose say-on-pay votes. In the same rulemaking, the SEC also proposed amending the disclosures funds make about their votes on shareholder and management proposals. If approved, the disclosures would be made in a predetermined format, unlike the current disclosures that vary immensely from fund firm to fund firm and even from fund to fund in the same complex.Read More
September 30, 2021
The top U.S. securities regulator on Wednesday proposed requiring large hedge funds and endowments to disclose how they vote on executive pay, bringing this clutch of influential investors in line with other top funds that have made their pay votes public for a decade.Read More