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In 2015, no company with Summary Compensation Table CEO Pay which was less than $15M failed their Say on Pay vote.

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Center's Tim Bartl Tells House Subcommittee Proxy Advisor Bill Is Needed to Ensure More Effective SEC Oversight, Address Conflicts

May 21, 2016 [Center News Story]

Center On Executive Compensation CEO Tim Bartl testified this week before Congress …

SEC Cracks Down on Non-GAAP Disclosure Practices

May 21, 2016 [Center News Story]

Following repeated indications from the SEC over the past few months that the agency would …

May 26 Center Discussion Call to Provide Detailed Discussion of Re-Proposed Dodd-Frank Financial Services Incentive Compensation Rules

May 21, 2016 [Center News Story]

On Thursday, May 26, the Center On Executive Compensation will hosting a subscriber …

Senate Banking Committee Approves SEC Nominees, But Senate Vote Uncertain; SEC Reg Agenda Shows Delay for Comp Rules

May 21, 2016 [Center News Story]

Breaking weeks of Democrat-led stasis, the Senate Banking Committee in a surprise vote on …

AFL-CIO Executive Paywatch 2016 Claims Outsourcing, "Tax Avoidance" Driven by Executive Compensation

May 21, 2016 [Center News Story]

"Outsourcing results in even higher inequality" between executives and workers, according to …

Center CEO Tim Bartl to Testify Next Week at Congressional Hearing on Proxy Advisory Firms

May 14, 2016 [Center News Story]

Signaling a continuing interest in the influence and need for greater accountability of …