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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.

In 2015, 85% of S&P 500 companies received a "For" recommendation from ISS for their Say on Pay proposal for a second consecutive year.

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In First Speech, SEC Chair Jay Clayton Reaffirms SEC Core Mission, Pledges to Ease Public Company Burdens

July 15, 2017 [Center News Story]

This week, SEC Chairman Jay Clayton gave the first speech of his tenure at the Economic Club …

SEC Begins to Return to More Traditional Approach in Allowing Companies to Exclude Shareholder Proposals in 2017

July 15, 2017 [Center News Story]

After multiple years of tightening up the conditions by which companies could exclude …

US Shareholder Coalition Submits Human Capital Metric Rulemaking Petition to the SEC

July 15, 2017 [Center News Story]

A coalition of 25 mostly U.S. pension funds and issue investors, including CalPERS and …

Bed Bath and Beyond Joins Dubious Club with Third Say on Pay Failure; 17 Other S&P 500 Companies Pass

July 8, 2017 [Center News Story]

Since the Center's last say on pay update, 18 more S&P 500 companies have reported …

Pay Ratio Articles Urge Companies to Prepare for 2018 Compliance, Shareholders to Incorporate Ratios Into Say on Pay Analysis

July 8, 2017 [Center News Story]

Articles published recently in the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal reflect the …