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The 2013 proxy season saw more companies receive higher shareholder support for their say on pay proposals. For S&P 500 companies, the average shareholder support for say on pay was nearly 91%.

According to Center data, nearly one in five S&P 500 companies included either a realized pay or realizable pay disclosure as a supplement to the summary compensation table.

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D.C. Court of Appeals Decision Casts Doubt on Efforts to Require Companies to Report on Social Objectives

April 17, 2014 [Center News Story]

This week, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals struck a blow against Congress's use of …

Seven More S&P 500 Companies Report Say on Pay Success; Two Independent Chair Proposals, Political Contributions Proposal Fail

April 17, 2014 [Center News Story]

Seven more S&P 500 companies reported say on pay results this week all receiving …

AFL-CIO's 2014 CEO Paywatch Demonstrates How Pay Ratio Will Be Used as Company Shaming Tool

April 17, 2014 [Center News Story]

This week, the AFL-CIO announced its annual Executive Paywatch website, noting for a second …

Center Petitions the SEC to Revisit Resubmission Thresholds for Shareholder Proposals

April 10, 2014 [Center News Story]

This week, the Center joined with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of …

EU Unveils Fresh Set of Executive Pay Regs Including Binding Say on Pay, Pay Ratio, Proxy Advisor Disclosures

April 10, 2014 [Center News Story]

EU financial services Commissioner Michel Barnier introduced legislation this week requiring …

Companies Demonstrate Exemplary Pay-for-Performance Disclosure Practices in 2014 Proxy Statements

April 10, 2014 [Center News Story]

Since the beginning of mandatory say on pay, companies have taken steps to ensure that their …