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According to law firm Davis Polk, despite being passed well over three years ago, barely over 50% of the 398 required Dodd-Frank rulemakings have been met with final rules.

The 2013 proxy season saw more companies receive higher shareholder support for their say on pay proposals. For S&P 500 companies, the average shareholder support for say on pay was nearly 91%.

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Interest Rate, Mortality Table Changes Ballooning Pension Values, Executive Pay Disclosures

March 27, 2015 [Center News Story]

In what has become a media focal point already during the 2015 proxy season, decreases in …

SEC Chair White Affirms 2015 Target for Pay Ratio Rule With Tepid Response

March 27, 2015 [Center News Story]

This week, in a House Financial Services Committee Hearing oversight hearing on the U.S. …

Shareholder Activism Corner: Center's Profile on Cannell Capital Demonstrates Diversity of Activism Strategies

March 27, 2015 [Center News Story]

In the Center's latest update to the Guide to Executive Pay and Shareholder Activism, the …

Samuelson Highlights "Much Exaggeration" in Arguments Connecting Stock Buybacks, Executive Pay

March 27, 2015 [Center News Story]

 In a recent op-ed, Washington Post economics columnist Robert Samuelson …

Early Say on Pay Result Averages Trending Lowest in Three Years

March 20, 2015 [Center News Story]

So far this year, 29 S&P 500 companies have reported say on pay results this year with …

Lead Senate Democrat Targets Executive Compensation as Senate Finance Committee Begins Tax Reform Discussions

March 20, 2015 [Center News Story]

Recently, Ranking Senate Finance Committee Democrat Ron Wyden (D-OR) released a …