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As of April 1, 2015, the 2015 Proxy Season is seeing measurably lower say on pay trends with companies averaging only 91.85% shareholder support, down from 95.13% at this point in 2014.

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.

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Hillary Clinton Faults Executive Compensation as Contributing to Short-Termism in Widely Anticipated NYU Speech

July 25, 2015 [Center News Story]

Yesterday in a campaign speech at New York University focused on addressing short-termism, …

As Publication of Final Pay Ratio Rule Nears, Voluntary Disclosures Mask True Burden, Propensity for Misinformation

July 25, 2015 [Center News Story]

With the SEC rumored to consider a final pay ratio rule in early August, a Wall Street …

Bed Bath and Beyond Becomes Third S&P 500 Failure While 21 Others Achieve Majority Support

July 25, 2015 [Center News Story]

Since the Center's last say on pay update, 22 companies reported say on pay results with all …

On Heels of Activist Hedge Fund Intervention, Qualcomm To Consider Reorganization, Compensation Changes

July 25, 2015 [Center News Story]

Demonstrating the continued clout of activist hedge funds, struggling chipmaker and …

New Guide for Compensation Committees Provides "Lessons From the Field" in Compensation and Governance

July 17, 2015 [Center News Story]

Consulting firm Compensation Advisory Partners released this week a new guide to assist …

Pay For Performance Comments Reflect Corporate and Major Investor Concerns, Including a Sense of Unease with TSR

July 17, 2015 [Center News Story]

The official comment period for the SEC's proposed pay for performance rule closed on July …