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    2. FedEx Investors OK CEO Pay, Proposals on Lobbying and "Golden Parachutes"

      FedEx Investors OK CEO Pay, Proposals on Lobbying and "Golden Parachutes"
      NEW YORK, Sept 27 (Reuters) - FedEx Corp(FDX.N)investors approved billionaire Chief Executive Fred Smith's $54 million pay plan on Monday at the delivery company's annual meeting, but rebuffed the corporate board's recommendations on shareholder proposals on lobbying and outsized executive severance packages...
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    3. Senate Democrats Eye Taxes on Stock Buybacks, Excess CEO Pay

      Senate Democrats Eye Taxes on Stock Buybacks, Excess CEO Pay
      Senate Democrats are discussing a wider range of tax proposals than President Joe Biden has proposed, including levies on stock buybacks, carbon emissions and executive compensation, as part of a package of measures to help fund a ramping up in social spending. One idea is applying an excise tax on stock buybacks or treating them as taxable dividends to shareholders, according to two people familiar with Senate Finance Committee discussions...
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    4. More U.S. Companies Tie CEO Pay to Diversity Metrics

      More U.S. Companies Tie CEO Pay to Diversity Metrics
      (Reuters) - Corporate diversity has become the most common type of sustainability metric used in setting executive pay, a new study found, as companies look to increase the share of women and minorities in their workforces. Among 61 metrics used by Fortune 100 companies to tie executive pay to environmental, social or governance factors, 14 of them, or 23%, were diversity metrics, according to Nathan Grantz, senior research analyst at compensation ...
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    1. Our research found that median CEO pay has continued to rise post-SOP. While this continued increase was disappointing to the advocates of SOP, this was not surprising to corporate directors, executives and most institutional investors.
      In Say On Pay Votes Have Not Reduced CEO Pay
    2. This is a critical finding that suggests that the labor market for CEO pay remains robust, but the post-SOP governance environment may have constrained pay at the top of the distribution.
      In Say On Pay Votes Have Not Reduced CEO Pay
    3. We consistently find evidence that supports the argument that compensation consultants are hired to justify higher CEO pay to the board, shareholders, and other stakeholders.
      In How Compensation Consultants Use Data to Ratchet up Pay of CEOs