CVS Health (ticker: CVS) provides an example of ineffective executive compensation management. Compensation should reward past performance and encourage behavior that drives desired future results. CEO total compensation growth should not outpace revenue growth nor operating cash flow growth over time. We prefer operating cash flow as a performance metric over Adjusted EBITDA as some … Continue reading CVS Health: An Example of Ineffective Executive Compensation Management
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We are sometimes critical of CEO compensation packages, yet we are first to admit that CEOs have an outsized influence on the future prospects of companies large and small. This is particularly true of fast-moving industries such as technology where having the correct CEO in place may mean catching the latest technology wave - cloud, … Continue reading CEOs – The Most Undervalued Investment Variable
Tesla CEO Elon Musk's $2.3 Billion compensation package is an example of poor corporate governance and a self-serving Board (ACCESS Our Commentary HERE). For examples of how to run a business well and fairly compensate CEOs for performance - look no further than CoStar (tkr: CSGP) and SS&C (tkr: SSNC). Our CSGP and SSNC data … Continue reading Tesla’s $2.3 Billion CEO Compensation Package
We have updated our CEO Compensation & Pay Disclosure data to reflect Friday's 14A filings. Further, we have segmented our data (ACCESS CEORater's Segmented Data Tables HERE). Page ONE is a summary page, followed by FINTECH companies, LARGE CAP, MID CAP and SMALL CAP companies. Last, we include the Full Universe.
Some CEOs help generate significant returns, while others are content to watch the world burn... Lyft is off 22% from its $72 IPO price, but we will save the glorified taxi discussion for another day. We calculated CEO Pay Ratios for a number of CEOs and Board chairs (ACCESS OUR DATA HERE). Should you wish … Continue reading CEO Pay Ratios