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In 2015, no company with Summary Compensation Table CEO Pay which was less than $15M failed their Say on Pay vote.

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FMC Corp Stumbles to Year's First Failure, Citigroup Survives, 32 Other S&P 500 Companies Report Majority Votes

April 30, 2016 [Center News Story]

This week, an additional 34 S&P 500 companies reported say on pay results, with FMC Corp …

Center Fact Sheet Summarizes Re-Proposed Dodd-Frank 956 Incentive Comp Rules; Subscriber Discussion Call May 26

April 30, 2016 [Center News Story]

The Center On Executive Compensation will host a Subscriber discussion call on Thursday, May …

Clients Want Fund Managers to Crack Down on CEO Pay, Says New Poll

April 30, 2016 [Center News Story]

Individual investors with money in big funds want those funds to challenge CEO pay, …

Analysis of Recent ISS Report on Pay of Combined CEO/Chair Roles Chairs Finds Several Flaws

April 23, 2016 [Center News Story]

In scrutinizing last month’s ISS report concluding that CEO compensation is impacted by a …

As the 2016 Proxy Season Prepares to Launch, 19 New S&P 500 Companies Report Passing Say on Pay Results

April 23, 2016 [Center News Story]

Since the Center's last update, 19 S&P 500 companies have posted say on pay results …

In Wake of Valeant Meltdown, Broad Criticisms of Executive Pay and Governance Practices Abound

April 23, 2016 [Center News Story]

Despite several theories regarding the reasons for Valeant Pharmaceuticals' sharp decline in …