THE PEOPLE WHO SET THE CEO'S PAY They're the compensation committee -- always conflicted, usually co-opted -- and this season of proxies is an apt time to look at why they so often do such a terrible job

Fierman, Jaclyn; Erdman, Andrew
March 1990
Fortune;3/12/1990, Vol. 121 Issue 6, p58
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