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    1. How Boards Should Prepare CEOs for a Recession

      How Boards Should Prepare CEOs for a Recession

      The signs of an economic downturn are piling up. While any good corporate leader can expect to experience some economic volatility, the next wave is coming during particularly unique times. The COVID-19 public health crisis is ongoing, supply chain issues are affecting most industries, and the Russia-Ukraine conflict has created new challenges of its own...

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    2. Should There Be a ‘Maximum Wage?’ Fortune 500 CEOs Earned 205 Times What Their Typical Employees Did in 2021

      Should There Be a ‘Maximum Wage?’ Fortune 500 CEOs Earned 205 Times What Their Typical Employees Did in 2021

      If any CEO has earned a big payday over the past few years, it might be Cynthia WarnerShe’s not a household-name CEO. But in the three years since she became chief executive of Renewable Energy Group, a producer of “bio” diesel and other fossil-fuel alternatives, Warner has generated plenty of value for her company’s public shareholders...

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    3. Intel CEO Salary: Shareholders Vote Against Executive Pay Program

      Intel CEO Salary: Shareholders Vote Against Executive Pay Program

      Intel shareholders voted against the company’s executive compensation program last week, which included part of a $178.6 million payout to CEO Pat Gelsinger, according to a regulatory filing published Monday.Around 1.78 billion votes, making up around 54.2% of shareholders of the chip-manufacturing giant, were cast against the executive compensation, while 932 million votes were made in favor. Around 577 million votes abstained or were broker non-votes...

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    4. Executive Pay Hit a Record High For the Sixth Year in a Row in 2021

      Executive Pay Hit a Record High For the Sixth Year in a Row in 2021

      Executive pay at the largest companies in the U.S. hit a sixth straight annual record in 2021, as the median pay packet for leaders at S&P 500 companies rose roughly 12% to $14.7 million, according to an analysis from the Wall Street Journal. But the highest-paid executives might not be who you expect.For example, Elon Musk, the world’s wealthiest man, was the lowest-paid CEO in 2021, receiving a total salary of $0 from Tesla Motors for the second year in a row.In 2018, however, Tesla awarded Musk a record-setting $2.3 billion pay package ...

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