The more a Big Four firm pays its auditors, the fewer restatements its clients have, finds a new study.
Small, positive changes by astute executives can drive astronomical increases in shareholder return and long-term company value.
At its worst, high pay may incentivize wrongdoing by executives to meet performance benchmarks, the AFL-CIO contends.
If Jennifer Lawrence is worth $50 million a year, then an S&P 500 CEO surely is worth $15 million.
The bankruptcy process will be smoother if compensation programs are rethought early on.
Members of the Senate Banking Committee say Michael Piwowar may have put politics ahead of the SEC's mission in directing staff to review Obama-era…
Total shareholder return is still the leading metric for calculating long-term compensation, but companies' thinking may be starting to shift.
New research finds that companies will pay a premium for a well-connected board.
By the end of 2017, public companies will have to separate employee service costs from other pension cost components.
"When we do not meet our objectives, we take responsibility for it," the company said as it reported a "disappointing" performance last year.