The debate over executive pay: Where is it going next?
- Directors' pay on the rise. // People Management;01/22/98, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p11
Focuses on the report `Wider Still and Wider,' by the Trades-Union Congress about the rising pay levels of corporate directors in Great Britain. Ratio between directors' and employees pay rates from 1994 to 1997; Criticisms on the report.
- Corporate directors' compensation up in 1989. // Corporate Board;May/Jun90, Vol. 11 Issue 62, p25
Reports on the increased compensation of corporate directors in the United States.
- Compensation trends noted by KPMG Peat Marwick. // Corporate Board;May/Jun91, Vol. 12 Issue 68, p26
Lists the findings of Brent Longnecker, a partner of KPMG Peat Marwick, on the trends in corporate executive and director compensation in the United States. Large movement toward quality; Golden parachutes' subjection to federal and state scrutiny.
- Pay-for-performance called ineffective in the boardroom. // Corporate Board;Nov/Dec92, Vol. 13 Issue 77, p27
Looks at a report from Pearl Meyer & Partners Inc. on pay for performance for corporate board members. Linking of pay to rate of return as a wrong incentive to board members; Negative impact of this payment method on the need for outside directors to act independently in the best long-term...
- Directors' compensation rises moderately and includes more stock. // Corporate Board;May/Jun93, Vol. 14 Issue 80, p26
Notes an increase in corporate directors' compensation in 1992. Comparison with 1991 salaries; Growing popularity of stock compensation.
- New trends in director pay. Rosenfeld, Douglas B.; Sabow, Steven J. // Corporate Board;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 16 Issue 94, p17
Looks at trends in compensation for corporate directors. Best practices for director compensation; Increased compensation rates; Equity awards and director benefits; Examples.
- Compensation & recruitment. // Corporate Board;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 16 Issue 94, p27
Looks at developments concerning compensation of corporate board members. Alignment of chief executive compensation with performance; Contrast between the pay of chief executives and their seconds in command; Use of company stock in the compensation of board members.
- Board pay and pensions seem to make little difference. // Corporate Board;Mar/Apr96, Vol. 17 Issue 97, p29
Focuses on the results of a survey by the Institute for Research on Boards of Directors Inc. and the `Directorship' magazine which states that board service is motivated by other factors other than compensation. Most important factors directors cite for leaving boards; Retirement program as one...
- More stock for corporate directors, but fewer pensions. // Corporate Board;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 17 Issue 99, p27
Reports on the growing number of companies implementing stock grant programs for directors as of 1996. Results of an analysis by Wlliam M. Mercer Inc.
- Beyond stock pay for directors. Wamberg, Tom // Corporate Board;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 18 Issue 102, p22
Focuses on problems related with stock pay for corporate directors. Inherent risks in large stock ownership by directors; Disadvantages of non-qualified plans.