Reviewing exec pay practices

Toloken, Steve
August 2005
Plastics News;8/29/2005, Vol. 17 Issue 26, p9
Trade Publication
Presents an interview with Paul Hodgson, senior research associate for board and executive pay at Corporate Library LLC, research firm in Portland, Maine. Information on Hodgson's book "Building Value Through Compensation," on executive compensation; Views of Hodgson on executive salaries in the U.S.; Proposals of Hodgson for changes in pay packages of executives.


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