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    1. Shareholders Rein In Golden Parachutes

      Shareholders Rein In Golden Parachutes

      Turnover of CEOs accelerated almost 16% between January 2013 and 2014—the highest level in four years, according to outplacement consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas. Shareholders believe that a side effect of this trend appears to be outsized golden parachutes designed to benefit CEOs—and other executives—who will likely experience a significant [...]

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