A CAP blog post was referenced in an article discussing the introduction of the Tax Excessive CEO Pay Act, a bill that raises taxes on companies that pay their top executives at least 50 times more than the pay of a median worker. CAP’s blog post explained how historically, comparing CEO pay ratios have been of limited usefulness. The variability across industries and diverse workforce locations prevents pay ratios from being a reliable comparator. In addition, these differences were exasperated in 2020 due to inconsistent business disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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2024 Proxy Season Review

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A comprehensive review of the 2024 proxy season, exploring emerging trends, notable shareholder proposals, and regulatory developments. With a focus on corporate governance, executive…
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