Compensation for CFOs of firms with revenue ranging from $25 million to $325 million rose 15% in fiscal 2013.
A new strategy reduces pension funds’ risks, but it has a cost.
In more than half the cases analyzed, a Form 4 filing was available to an institutional investor before it was posted on EDGAR.
On average, U.S. workers used only 77% of their paid time off in 2013, says Oxford Economics.
A new report on the 2014 proxy season show a rise in the number of executive compensation plans that failed to receive majority shareholder support.
Satya Nadella goes into damage control mode after a controversial response to a question about the gender pay gap.
Retention agreements are no magic bullet, but they can improve the chances that an acquisition will achieve its objectives, Towers Watson finds.
To help defuse staff anger over a radical restructuring of the World Bank, CFO Betrand Badré forgoes a $95,000 bonus.
Shareholder Wintergreen Advisers had argued that the overly generous plan could have diluted shareholders by as much as 16.6%.
In 2013, the Treasury Department loosened compensation limits for the top 25 executives at GM and Ally Financial. But did it loosen them too much?