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- Shareholders revolt: Is your CEO worth $39 million? Sunoo, Brenda Paik // Workforce;Jan1999, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p38
Discusses the issue raised by shareholders regarding the executive pay within corporations. Comment from Jeffrey E. Christian, president and chief executive of Christian & Timbers, an executive search firm; How has corporate governance changed; How a human resources (HR) professional can...
- New York area's Fortunate 100. // Crain's New York Business;2000 Book of Lists, Vol. 15 Issue 52, p82
Ranks chief executive officers in New York State by their total compensation for 1998. Includes Sanford I. Weill of Citigroup Inc.; Linda J. Wachner of Warnaco Group Inc.; Henry S. Silverman of Cendant Corp.; Charles A. Heimbold Jr. of Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.
- Firm Performance And CEO Pay: Relational Demography As A Moderator. Young, Michael N.; Buchholtz, Amn K. // Journal of Managerial Issues;Fall2002, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p296
Presents a study which examined the influence of the demographic dissimilarity between the chief executive officer (CEO) and compensation committee members on the extent to which the committee ties CEO pay to firm performance. Information on corporate governance and CEO compensation; Relational...
- New York Area's Fortunate 100. // Crain's New York Business;2001 Book of Lists, Vol. 16 Issue 52, p28
Highlights New York City's top chief executives, ranked by 1999 compensation. Charles Wang of Computer Associates International Inc.; IBM's Louis Gerstner Jr.; Sanford Weil of Citigroup Inc.; American Express Co.'s Harvey Golub.
- Companies should come clean on CEO pay. McLaughlin, David J.; Duffy, David // NACD Directorship;May94, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p8
Offers companies guidelines for disclosing the salaries of their executives and chief executive officers (CEO) . Considering information needs of shareholders; Discussing company performance more broadly; Detailing CEO achievements; Explaining any extraordinary compensation actions taken.
- Highest paid CEOs. Hillyer, Deborah W. // Crain's Cleveland Business;06/28/99, Vol. 20 Issue 26, p26
Lists the top highest paid chief executive officers in Cleveland, Ohio as of June 28, 1999, ranked by their cash compensation. Names of the executives, company they work with, addresses and phone numbers; Cash compensation in 1997 and 1998; Percentage change; Other compensations in 1998; Total...
- DETERMINANTS OF JAPANESE CEO COMPENSATION . Knight, Rainford M.; Madura, Jeff; Martin, Anna D. // Global Finance Journal;Fall94, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p169
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- Big-bank CEOs' pay rising faster than that of peers at nonbanks. Bloom, Jennifer Kingso // American Banker;11/14/1996, Vol. 161 Issue 219, p1
Reports on a KPMG Peat Marwick study on the 19% compensation pay increase of chief executive officers of banks in the United States, compared to just 12.4% and 10.2% of insurance chiefs and heads of brokerages respectively. Median 1995 compensation for chief executives; Average pay of insurance...
- Explaining Executive Compensation: Managerial Power versus the Perceived Cost of Stock Options. Murphy, Kevin J. // University of Chicago Law Review;Summer2002, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p847
Comments on an article on managerial power and executive compensation in the U.S. Median total compensation of chief executive officers (CEO); Option-drive escalation in CEO pay levels; Examination of the managerial power hypothesis; Critique of rent extraction costs; Alternative hypothesis...