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    2. Warren Buffett: The Deck Is Stacked Against Shareholders When It Comes to Executive Pay

      Warren Buffett: The Deck Is Stacked Against Shareholders When It Comes to Executive Pay
      In recent months, I have written about a number of market phenomena that present investors with problems. One of these things concerns the use of stock-based options as a means of compensating executives. In one of his letters, Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) criticized the practice, arguing they represent an unfair transfer of wealth from shareholders to managers...
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    3. Dimon Scores Win Over ‘Lazy’ Investors on Corporate Voting Rules

      Dimon Scores Win Over ‘Lazy’ Investors on Corporate Voting Rules
      (Bloomberg) -- Wall Streets main regulator is pursuing a crackdown on shareholder campaigns that corporate chieftains say are a nuisance. Few top executives would cheer the move louder than Jamie Dimon. Dimon has been a frequent target of social activists who want companies to take an aggressive stand on issues such as climate change and human rights abuses...
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    1. We found that CEO pay continued to increase after SOP — possibly at a slower rate than historical CEO pay increases — and that CEO pay distribution was narrower after SOP than it was before shareholder voting on executive compensation was implemented, Did Say-on-Pay Reduce and/or
      In Here’s How Bank CEOs Should Be Paid