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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

How To Solve Problems of Misaligned Executive Pay – WSJ

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Excessive, opaque pay packages for company bigwigs are a perennial problem for shareholders. A few U.K. companies are embracing a new approach: Scrap targets and make bosses long-term shareholders. U.S. boards should take note.
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