Start rolling back the CEO options express

Ferlauto, Richard
February 2001
Pensions & Investments;2/5/2001, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p12
Reports the complaint of institutional investors against executive pay packages. Effect of giving excessive equity allocations; List of shareholder agenda for shareholder resolution; Implication of increasing proportion of companies; Impact of increasing severance of pay-off packages for failed executive.


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