Despite their loyal followings, rock star CEOs aren't all they're cracked up to be. Personality can only take you so far when your worth is measured by the results you drive. Rock stars tend to be image obsessed, where truer leaders are more self-confident and know the value of collaboration. When we know the traits of ...
Executive compensation is a hot button issue, especially when it's discussed in the same context as the pay of employees with boots on the ground in the same organization. But should we be getting our feathers ruffled at the disparity in income between CEOs and hourly workers? When it comes to output and value, they're not even ...
Executive compensation has been a mainstay in the news in the past few years. Concern about growing income inequality birthed the Occupy Wall Street movement in 2011 and the issue has remained on people's minds, with many incensed about the immense gap between the "1 percent" and everyone else. Here, we explore the actions companies are taking...
We've already discussed Dilbert's views on audit, ethics, the computer trap, and compliance. Today we'll look at executive compensation through eyes of Scott Adam's class strip.
by Dan Hurson, senior partner in The Hurson Law Firm LLP, in Washington, D.C. The case for strict enforcement of Sarbanes-Oxley Section 304 requiring CEO payback after restatements caused by "misconduct."
With so much attention being paid to how much executives are making these days, and the government taking unprecedented steps to control what it deems outlandish or unwarranted compensation, a recent posting at CNNMoney.com is quite interesting. The post outlines the ten highest paid executive officers. Here are the top five, including how much the person earned in 2008.
Executive compensation, previously the domain of boards and shareholders, is now under greater governmental control. Yesterday, the U.S. government announced aggressive regulations on executive compensation at banks and Wall Street firms.
There is more chatter about executive pay and bonuses today, as AIG's pay culture is back in the news due to today's hearing on Capitol Hill.
The House Committee on Oversight and Reform has convened today's hearing in response to a government audit that was released on Wednesday.
As we wind down another week, some informative links discussing the risks of bonus guarantees and a few different perspectives on business ethics.
Late last week the SEC announced a series of proposed rule changes that it believes will help the agency better protect shareholders. Let's do a quick rundown of the proposed changes, which currently are published in the Federal Register and open for comment for 60 days.