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    1. Intel CEO Salary: Shareholders Vote Against Executive Pay Program

      Intel CEO Salary: Shareholders Vote Against Executive Pay Program

      Intel shareholders voted against the company’s executive compensation program last week, which included part of a $178.6 million payout to CEO Pat Gelsinger, according to a regulatory filing published Monday.Around 1.78 billion votes, making up around 54.2% of shareholders of the chip-manufacturing giant, were cast against the executive compensation, while 932 million votes were made in favor. Around 577 million votes abstained or were broker non-votes...

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    2. Executive Pay Hit a Record High For the Sixth Year in a Row in 2021

      Executive Pay Hit a Record High For the Sixth Year in a Row in 2021

      Executive pay at the largest companies in the U.S. hit a sixth straight annual record in 2021, as the median pay packet for leaders at S&P 500 companies rose roughly 12% to $14.7 million, according to an analysis from the Wall Street Journal. But the highest-paid executives might not be who you expect.For example, Elon Musk, the world’s wealthiest man, was the lowest-paid CEO in 2021, receiving a total salary of $0 from Tesla Motors for the second year in a row.In 2018, however, Tesla awarded Musk a record-setting $2.3 billion pay package ...

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    3. With Her Back Against the Wall, Kohl’s CEO is Trying to Ward Off a Restless Activist Investor

      With Her Back Against the Wall, Kohl’s CEO is Trying to Ward Off a Restless Activist Investor

      Kohl's CEO Michelle Gass laid out her plan on Monday to finally shake the company's stagnating sales and share performance. In a webcast presentation to investors, she argued that the company should continue investing in winning categories like activewear and pursue brand partnerships, despite a heightened push from an activist investor to overhaul the embattled retailer's board and find potential buyers...

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    4. Shareholders are Putting More Pressure on Companies Over Environmental and Social Issues

      Shareholders are Putting More Pressure on Companies Over Environmental and Social Issues

      A new report out this morning from The Conference Board and ESG analytics firm ESGAUGE underscores the point. (CEO Daily was given an exclusive early look.) Researchers analyzed proxy proposals in the first half of last year, when 90% of the companies have their annual shareholder meetings, and found those addressing environmental and social issues were up significantly from previous years...

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    5. Meet the 45-year-old Whose Untraditional Career Path Led to Her Becoming the Second Woman in History to Lead the NYSE

      Meet the 45-year-old Whose Untraditional Career Path Led to Her Becoming the Second Woman in History to Lead the NYSE

      It was the mid-1990s, and, in lower Manhattan, a digital usurping was afoot. Computers had become integral to the workflows of technology-savvy traders and investors by then. But the broader financial industry was finally opening up to the possibilities that lay in trading stocks, currencies, and just about anything else on the screen...

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