McDonald’s has agreed to drop its lawsuit against disgraced former CEO Steve Easterbrook, who will return more than $105 million in equity and cash he received upon the termination of his employment in 2019.
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The Securities and Exchange Commission released new guidance for listed companies on how to properly recognize and disclose compensation costs for “spring-loaded” awards made to executives.
Our “Inside the Mind of the CCO” survey revealed women in compliance were paid far less than men. In a profession where practitioners are hailed as paragons of ethical integrity, why is this OK?
The Financial Accounting Standards Board has provided a practical expedient for private companies to reduce the complexity of determining the fair value of share-based awards.
The SEC is poised to pass an executive compensation rule that would require public companies to claw back incentive-based compensation if their finances are restated within the previous three years. Experts expect pushback to the proposed mandate.
The SEC has proposed rulemaking that would enact a provision of the Dodd-Frank Act requiring mutual fund managers to disclose how they voted on proxy proposals, including on compensation agreements with company executives.
In emerging from the pandemic, the hiring landscape has changed. The companies to thrive in this environment will be the ones that quickly adapt and recognize the kind of care and attention their employees need.
Public-sector chief compliance officers in healthcare and life sciences made more than half a million dollars in total compensation in 2020, part of a wave of annual salary increases across the board represented in the latest compensation survey by BarkerGilmore.
In-house counsel salaries across every industry took a hit in 2020 as a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic’s impact, according to the latest compensation survey by executive search firm BarkerGilmore.
Editor in Chief Dave Lefort shares what he’s most looking forward to ahead of Compliance Week’s 16th annual National Conference from May 11-13.
With 2021 proxy season underway, a new analysis by Compensation Advisory Partners reveals what impact proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services will have on say-on-pay concerning executive compensation actions made in response to the pandemic.
The willingness of Murphy Oil and Marathon Oil to adjust their executive compensation frameworks, in part, to better align with their environmental targets is a rarity in the oil and gas industry and deserving of credit, writes Jaclyn Jaeger.
Jaclyn Jaeger lauds two oil companies for raising the bar on ESG commitment in the industry, while Dave Lefort assesses new developments in the Wirecard saga that point to greater failures in the firm’s internal controls.
As Goldman Sachs cuts the pay of its top executives in response to more than $5 billion in penalties incurred for the 1MDB scandal, Martin Woods once again ponders whether bonuses helped facilitate the improper conduct that took place.