Director pay is up; quarter-miilion-dollar mark reached

September 2015
Directors & Boards;2015 Third Quarter, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p47
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The article reports on board compensation in the U.S. as of August 2015. Topics discussed include the 4% compensation increase to 250,000 dollars in 2014, its being driven by rising stock values, and the 13% increase to 90,000 dollars at the median in the annual cash retainer for board service in 2014. Also mentioned are the continuing embrace of stock ownership guidelines and retention requirements for directors, and imposition of caps on directors' potential stock grants.


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