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In 2015, 40 S&P 500 companies, close to 9% of companies, saw shareholder support for their say on pay proposals swing more than 20 percentage points.

In 2015, nearly four of five S&P 500 companies received shareholder support for their say on pay proposals which exceeded 90%. Nine of ten companies received support exceeding 80%.

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ConocoPhillips Is 2017's First S&P 500 Failure, GGP Rebounds after Dismal 2016; First Two Climate Change Proposals See Majority Support

May 19, 2017 [Center News Story]

This week, 68 more S&P 500 companies reported say on pay results with all save one …

UK Focus on Eliminating LTIPs Another Example of Investor, Political Pressure to Simplify Executive Pay

May 19, 2017 [Center News Story]

As we have recently reported, there is growing interest from investors such as Norges Bank …

New Academic Research Suggests Independent Boards Pay Excessively, Have Lower Returns

May 19, 2017 [Center News Story]

This week, the Wall Street Journal published a report which examined independent boards - …

UK Conservative Party Manifesto Pledges Pay Ratio, LTI Disclosure Changes Upon Election Victory

May 19, 2017 [Center News Story]

With polls in the United Kingdom continuing to predict a big win for Prime Minister Theresa …

Center Policy Brief Details 2017 Financial CHOICE Act as House Preps to Take Up Dodd-Frank Reform

May 13, 2017 [Center News Story]

In anticipation of action by the full House of Representatives, the Center has prepared an …

Allergan Rebounds Year-Out from M&A, Capital One Posts Big Gains on Performance, Plan Changes as 63 S&P 500 Companies Report Passing Results

May 12, 2017 [Center News Story]

Another week of heavy say on pay results without a single failure is in the books, as 63 of …