How should companies respond to say-on-pay rules?

04/10/2011 | Economist (free content), The

New "say on pay" rules give shareholders more influence over how much company executives are paid, with every public U.S. company obliged to allow shareholders a nonbinding vote on compensation. Some firms aim to avoid embarrassing rebukes from investors by consulting them earlier and being less confrontational.

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