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The 2014 proxy season featured a 15% drop in say on pay volatility - the number of companies which experienced a year-over-year change in say on pay support exceeding 20 percentage points.

Only six of 494 S&P 500 companies failed to receive majority support for their say on pay proposals in 2014.

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SEC Set To Propose Dodd-Frank Pay for Performance Rules

April 23, 2015 [Center News Story]

This week, the SEC announced that it will vote next week on proposed rules implementing the …

15 S&P 500 Companies Report Say on Pay Results as Proxy Season Prepares to Hit High Gear

April 17, 2015 [Center News Story]

Since the Center's last say on pay update, 15 S&P 500 companies have reported say on pay …

Activist Hedge Fund Jana Partners Places Crosshairs on Qualcomm, as Company Ekes Out Narrow Say on Pay Win

April 17, 2015 [Center News Story]

Tech giant and chipset-maker Qualcomm became the latest company to make headlines this week, …

As 2014 CEO Pay Reports Are Released, Media Focuses on Income Inequality, Link to Pay Ratio

April 17, 2015 [Center News Story]

As the numbers begin to come out with respect to CEO pay for 2014, it's clear that compared …

CEO "Short-Termism" Mitigated by Employment Contracts, Says New Study

April 17, 2015 [Center News Story]

CEOs with contractual protection (in the form of either employment agreements or standalone …

UK Executive Pay Stagnant and "Harder to Earn" for 2015, Says Study

April 17, 2015 [Center News Story]

Nearly half of executives in the FTSE 100 are set to receive no salary increase for 2015, …