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Only six S&P 500 companies failed to receive majority support for their say on pay proposals in 2013. This number represents a 40% drop over 2012 say on pay results.

According to law firm Davis Polk, despite being passed well over three years ago, barely over 50% of the 398 required Dodd-Frank rulemakings have been met with final rules.

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Early Say on Pay Result Averages Trending Lowest in Three Years

March 20, 2015 [Center News Story]

So far this year, 29 S&P 500 companies have reported say on pay results this year with …

Lead Senate Democrat Targets Executive Compensation as Senate Finance Committee Begins Tax Reform Discussions

March 20, 2015 [Center News Story]

Recently, Ranking Senate Finance Committee Democrat Ron Wyden (D-OR) released a …

House Progressive Caucus Urges SEC to Complete Pay Ratio Rule

March 20, 2015 [Center News Story]

This week, 58 House Democrats sent a letter to SEC Chair Mary Jo White urging the …

Labor, Activist Coalition Misses Mark on Dodd-Frank Clawbacks in Recent SEC Comment Submission

March 20, 2015 [Center News Story]

This week, a coalition of labor and activist groups including the AFL-CIO, Demos, the …

Boards Confident They Understand Their Investors, Says New Director Survey

March 20, 2015 [Center News Story]

According to Corporate Board Member's 12th annual What Directors Think survey, 89% …

Bloomberg Review of Company Performance by Economic Profit Puts New Twist on Pay for Performance Discussion

March 14, 2015 [Center News Story]

The conventional wisdom of looking only at total shareholder return for measuring pay for …