When an executive switches firms, the ones who get left behind usually get a hike in compensation.
Equity holders also appear to be increasingly dissatisfied with executive compensation plans.
Investors press companies to use stock-ownership guidelines to motivate CEO and CFO performance.
Acquisitions are tricky, so employee benefits aspects to them may be overlooked. Here's what to keep in mind.
A short history of finance since 1985, as chronicled in cover stories of CFO magazine.
Wal-Mart Stores fights a proposal that would tie executive compensation to a measure of employee satisfaction.
Even college-educated workers saw a fall in their real wages between 2013 and 2014, says the Economic Policy Institute.
A failure to use best practices can add both risk and cost.
A proposed rule requires disclosure of whether officers, directors and employees are allowed to hedge a price drop in their shareholdings.
The average hourly wage rose 12 cents as U.S. employers added 257,000 jobs in the month.