They will provide an in-depth discussion of the golden parachute
payment rule and will also offer best tips and strategies in mitigating its impact to businesses' bottom line.
"The five proposals approved on the restriction of golden parachutes
are an example of this development."
"It's part of a trend that's happening, you're seeing fewer golden parachutes
in publicly traded companies; that's having an effect in nonprofits," he said.
In contrast, for the 39 deals with enhancements, a meaningful number of companies reported golden parachute
payments that were above two times the average (six companies for the CEO, and five companies for the NEOs as a group).
The largest ever golden parachute
was warded to John Welch, the former chief of General Electric.
The board also approved a final rule that would prohibit federally insured credit unions that are insolvent, in conservatorship or have ratings of CAMEL 4 and 5 from offering golden parachutes
to their executives.
She is entitled to two golden parachute
payments, one of $200,000 at the time of her termination and a second payment of $400,000 at a future date.
Another welcome provision limits "golden parachute
" compensation for executives of companies in the program.
The author examines the very nature of leadership by looking at the preparation Gates took to train his successors while guaranteeing his own "golden parachute
." This volume, which is presented in an easy- to-understand journalistic tone, should interest consumers, industry insiders and, most notably, competitors.
Record City bonuses, massive boardroom pay rises 10 times that on the shop floor, golden parachute
pensions for the bosses, lead balloons for the workers.
It has been documented recently that a number of high-ranking officials in the Chancellor's office have received "golden parachute
" payments in excess of $100,000, for at least one year after leaving their positions, despite taking highpaying jobs elsewhere.
Other topics receiving multiple letters included criticism of field burning, University of Oregon Athletic Director Bill Moos' $2 million golden parachute
and a debate over whether it was appropriate to present religious gospel music at the dedication of the new federal courthouse in Eugene.