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[Opinion]

1/17/2006: Editorial: The Test for the Securities and Exchange Commission (The Washington Post; subscription may be required)
Excerpt: The question is whether the SEC's proposal will go as far as it should, especially on retirement compensation. At present, firms are not required to disclose the value of defined-benefit pension promises to executives, so reports of bosses' pay generally leave these out. But the value of these promises can be enormous.
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