A Glimpse into Compensation Committees

January 2013
BizEd;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p58
The article focuses on the work of compensation committees. The study reveals that corporate boards maintain balances between rewarding chief executive officers (CEOs) for better performance and protecting shareholder returns. It further highlights the risks that the compensation committee members can face including public opinion, overpaying and underpaying the CEO.


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