Performance: What a Concept

Panning, William H.
April 2014
Best's Review;Apr2014, Vol. 114 Issue 12, p59
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the bonus schemes among corporate executives in the U.S. Topics discussed include the performance-based bonus schemes for senior managers, the correlation between the tenure of senior executives and their career compensation, and the reliance on the firm's value, such as stock price or price-to-earnings ratios.


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