In 2012, labor unions and associated organizers under the “Occupy” umbrella have been especially active in challenging executives’ pay, according to a recent report by James R. Copland, director of the Manhattan Institute’s Center for Legal Policy. The Institute’s report is featured in ProxyMonitor.org, a publicly available resource containing searchable and sortable information on public company shareholder proposals.
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Shareholder value, the CEO mantra of the 1990s, is like Victorian sex, more discussed than consummated. CE gathered a number of heavy breathers who argue that there are many things CEOs can do (legally) to create the valuation they think is merited.