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Directors Think CEO Pay Needs Reform

A poll found that 58 percent of the 1,110 directors surveyed believe U.S. company boards have trouble effectively controlling CEO compensation and think the situation could be reformed by setting minimum stock ownership guidelines, re-evaluating compensation benchmarks and devising realistic peer group comparisons.

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The Clawback Conundrum

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Under corporate law, the board of directors sets compensation packages for the key officers of the corporation, especially the CEO. No one thinks that this task is easy. The higher that people move up, the more complex—and pricey— the benefit package needed to attract and retain them. Here's what to expect when executive compensation falls under the federal hammer.

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Growing Profits, Growing Jobs

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CEOs, thought leaders, and the nation's top policymakers gathered in the nation'scapital on June 8, 2010 to exchange ideas, build relationships and discuss the evolvingrelationship between business and government. Here are some of the highlights from the CEO2GOV Summit.

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Future of CEO Compensation

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Kenneth Feinberg, the Washington lawyer who's stepping down this summer as Special Master for Executive Compensation (aka Pay Czar) to administer the $20 billion British Petroleum fund, offered his insights on the executive pay debate at Chief Executive's CEO2GOV Summit. To follow are excerpts from his presentation.

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