WSJ Posts CEO Compensation Scorecard

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on April 30, 2007

WSJ free article – CEO Compensation Scorecard: “…starting with this year’s proxies, the SEC has changed how companies report pay. For companies whose fiscal year ended after Dec. 15, 2006, the SEC now mandates a table that includes salary, bonus, the accounting cost of stock and stock-option awards, incentive-plan payments, change in pension value and deferred-compensation earnings, and all other compensation — typically perquisites. It also includes, for the first time, a “total compensation” column, which attempts to make pay across companies more comparable.”

  • For in-depth looks at CEO compensation, see the CEO pay posts in WSJ.com’s Marketbeat and Health Blog.
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