NEW YORK, May 10 (Business Law Currents) – Stockholders are making their discontent heard through say-on-pay votes that have not been flattering to executives. So far this year, multiple companies have outright failed these votes and even more have not been able to reach the 70 percent approval threshold. In light of Institutional Shareholder Services’ (ISS) 2012 Corporate Governance Policy Updates, evaluations of company pay policies are in line for even greater scrutiny.
Financial Regulatory Forum
By Erik Krusch
NEW YORK, March 23 (Westlaw Business) – Classified boards may be moving towards the endangered species list, as investors and even management are hunting them down.