- Tone-deaf insurers play Obama's tune. // Crain's Chicago Business;3/22/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p12
In this article, the author discusses the increasing salaries and bonuses to executives in the U.S.
- Negotiating an Executive Compensation Agreement. Burger, Peter F. // Business NH Magazine;Dec2002, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p27
Explores key issues relevant to negotiating an executive compensation agreement. Types of employment contracts; Identification of goals; Cash compensation; Cash bonuses; Deferred compensation.
- Bonuses and loans helping top managers offset recession pressure on compensation. // Management Review;Mar83, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p56
Focuses on a study showing an increase in the number of companies in the United States who are offering executive bonuses. Percentage of manufacturing firms that offer bonus plans; Popularity of long-term bonuses with manufacturers; Trend of providing top executives with interest-free or...
- Noch magerer als bereits erwartet. // Die Bank;jan2013, Issue 1, p73
The article discusses a survey conducted by the Centre for Economics and Business Research in London, England, of salary bonuses received in the city, showing them to be 6,400 British Pounds on average, less than the average of 33,000 pounds for the years 2006/7.
- Run for your money. Abernethy, Mark // Bulletin with Newsweek;05/18/99, Vol. 117 Issue 6174, p68
Discusses the increasingly popular practice of paying executives a portion of their remuneration through incentives and bonuses. Popularity of the practice in the 1990s; How the incentives and bonuses are considered `at risk' pay due to the fact that they are based on performance hurdles;...
- When it comes to bonuses, develop zero tolerance. Bill, Peter // Estates Gazette;2/14/2009, Issue 906, p15
The author reflects on the zero bonuses for executives in Great Britain. He states that zero is likely to be quite a common figure which is why it is a great idea for the partners at King Sturge to refrain from paying themselves. He mentions that roughly, half the bonus paid to executive...
- Executive compensation and earnings management: Empirical evidence from Japan. Shuto, Akinobu // Journal of International Accounting, Auditing & Taxation;2007, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p1
Abstract: This study investigates the relation between discretionary accounting choices and executive compensation in Japanese firms. The results show that the use of discretionary accruals increases executive compensation. The analyses also show that firm managers receiving no bonus adopt...
- It's a juicy bonus. // Accountancy;Oct2005, Vol. 136 Issue 1346, p144
Reports on the research on the bonuses received by business executives in Great Britain. Percentage increase in executive salaries; Shares given by firms to directors; Average salary of directors.
- A peek at top people's salaries... // Accountancy;Nov79, Vol. 90 Issue 1035, p26
This article focuses on a survey concerning the salaries of top managers in various industries in Great Britain as of November 1979. The survey shows that remuneration for the highest-paid directors increased broadly in line with average earnings, but that the number of staff earning in excess...