Directors Criticize CEO Comp…

November 2006
NACD Directorship;Nov2006, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p10
The article presents information on the findings of the 10th Annual Corporate Board Effectiveness Study conducted by the Marshall School of Business of the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles and search firm Heidrick & Struggles. Edward E. Lawler III, director of the Center for Effective Organizations of the USC, says that there is a significant increase in the nearly 40 percent of respondents who agreed that the majority of CEO are overpaid.


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