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Many U.S. Companies Performed Executive Pay-for-Performance Analyses But Did Not Disclose in 2014 Proxies
Towers Watson Link to more items from this source
Oct. 30, 2014

"Six in 10 U.S. public companies have conducted analyses to assess how closely their executive pay levels align with company performance. However, nearly two-thirds of those companies did not disclose the results of those analyses in their 2014 proxy statements, mostly because they are awaiting soon-to-be-released pay-for-performance disclosure guidance from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)[.]"

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