There has been no end to headlines focused on CEO compensation, along with the scrutiny that goes hand-in-hand with the topic, writes Richard Tortoriello, senior lead at quantamental research at S&P Global Market Intelligence.
Ever-increasing executive compensation over the past four decades - aided by consultants, compensation committees, the CEOs themselves and the backdrop of an extended bull market (1982-1999) - has meant...
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