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According to Center Data, the average length of an S&P 500 CD&A has increased from 15.5 pages in 2012 to 17.7 pages in 2015.

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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Center Pay Ratio Update: Disclosure Trends from Nearly 50 S&P 500 Filers

March 14, 2018 [Center News Story]

Because the Center did not publish a Weekly Update last week in recognition of HR Policy …

Six S&P 500 Companies Disclose First Pay Ratios Revealing Early Disclosure Trends

March 3, 2018 [Center News Story]

With annual meeting season quickly approaching, several S&P 500 companies filed proxy …

Sen. Warren, Investors Push for Securities Disclosures to Focus Board, Management Oversight on Sexual Harassment

March 3, 2018 [Center News Story]

This week, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Rep. Jacky Rosen (D-NV) introduced …

UK Gender Pay Reporting Plagued by Reporting and Enforcement Shortcomings, Criticisms of Reported Data

March 3, 2018 [Center News Story]

With about a month to go before the gender pay data reporting deadline for UK companies, …

As You Sow Takes on Fund Managers in Annual CEO Pay Report

March 3, 2018 [Center News Story]

In its fourth annual report, corporate social responsibility activist As You Sow is once …

For Activist Investors, Compensation Committee Membership Provides Top Power Point

March 3, 2018 [Center News Story]

Compensation committee membership is the most sought after board position for activist …