Measured success?

Pachetti, Nick
May 2002
Money;May2002, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p22
Discusses two studies released in March 2002 which show the first decrease in executive pay in a decade. Conclusions of Pearl Meyer & Partners as well as the 'Wall Street Journal' and consulting firm William Mercer; View that both studies seem to suggest the idea of pay for performance is thriving; Reasons for the decrease.


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