Compensation & Recruitment

July 2004
Corporate Board;Jul/Aug2004, Vol. 25 Issue 147, p27
Trade Publication
Discusses trends in compensation for chief executive officers (CEOs) in 2003. Survey by compensation consultants Pearl Meyer & Partners of 180 major United States companies; Reliance on stock options as a primary factor in determining CEO pay; Declining use of option grants; Major shifts in executive compensation expected in 2004.


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