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Monthly Briefing 2012-1
Getting What You Pay For: Compensation, incentives and corporate performance"
Goodbyes are momentous for corporate boards and stakeholders. For CEOs, accompanying expressions of gratitude may also be lucrative. Nabors Industries’ Gene Isenberg received $170m, IBM’s Sam Palmisano received $170m, and Google’s Eric Schmidt received $100m for jobs well done. What about expressions of relief? Leo Apthekar walked away from HP after 11 months with $13.2m, Robert Kelly was sent packing from Bank of New York Mellon with $17.2m, and Baxter Phillips abandoned ship at Massey Energy with $14m.
Exploring the relationship between executive compensation, performance incentives, and corporate performance is our guest for the monthly Mission Intangible Monthly briefing. Frederick D. Lipman, an authority on corporate oversight, is the President of the Association of Audit Committee Members, Inc., an international not-for-profit organization devoted to developing best practices for audit committees. He is also a partner at Blank Rome LLP, an international law firm.
Jonathan Salem Baskin, global brand strategist, speaker and author, moderates the Q&A.
If you are interested in a refreshing perspective on pay for performance, you'll want to listen to this conversation.
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