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They need to change the context of chief executive compensation.
"In the beginning, we had one person working on executive compensation," he said.
Q. Can anyone outside a company really control executive compensation?
Someone has finally made executive compensation an explicit campaign issue.
The study's figure for "total" executive compensation is anything but that.
Exhibit A for this view is the story of executive compensation.
I think you've heard the President discuss his views on executive compensation.
Require executive compensation to be more related to long-term performance.
Among other things, he had wanted to take action on executive compensation and corporate governance.
"It's a good message to corporations that executive compensation is out of control."
He criticized executive compensation that "rewarded recklessness rather than responsibility" and Americans who bought homes "without accepting the responsibilities."
Earnings can also be subjective, especially when executive compensation is at issue.
Companies can get around the new tax rules by shifting more executive compensation into stock options, which are generally considered "performance-based," and into deferred plans, like trusts and annuities.
One area of emphasis is executive compensation, for which audit technique guides have been developed for use by agents in examining tax returns filed by corporations and executives.
It's executive compensation - it sucks the energy out of you.
The signal issue among stockholders in 2007, however, is executive compensation, and owners hoping to bring some sanity to the pay process will have center stage.
And so has executive compensation, by 360 percent since 1980.
Executive pay (also executive compensation), is financial compensation received by an officer of a firm.
That legal effort is part of an evolution in thinking about both executive compensation and corporate governance, said David A. Fine, a lawyer at Ropes & Gray in Boston.
The facts show, and the studies confirm, that our board got it right: executive compensation is correct for the performance that has been achieved.