Tag: Executive Compensation

CVS Health: An Example of Ineffective Executive Compensation Management

CVS Health: An Example of Ineffective Executive Compensation Management

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

The Most Queried CEOs on CEORater

The Most Queried CEOs on CEORater

We reviewed the most queried CEOs on CEORater.com over the past 12 months. The following is a list of the 20 Most Queried CEOs. Click HERE to access our interactive PowerPoint file.Click HERE to access the interactive PDF version. https://soundcloud.com/ceorater

Operating Cash Flow & Executive Compensation

Operating Cash Flow & Executive Compensation

Operating Cash Flow growth is a meaningful metric. We believe it should be factored into executive compensation models. Operating Cash Flow matters. Public companies factor annual Revenue growth and EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest Taxes Depreciation and Amortization), or "Adjusted" EBITDA growth into executive compensation plans. We recommend adding Operating Cash Flow ("OCF") growth to the … Continue reading Operating Cash Flow & Executive Compensation

CEORater CEO Churn Report

CEORater CEO Churn Report

We analyzed a sample of 30 public companies that experienced CEO Churn over the past 12 months. The companies covered 15 industry verticals.Of the 30 observations, 13 CEO transitions were “Planned” and 17 were “Unplanned”.Companies ranged in size from approximately $1 billion market cap to $989 billion.To access the full 36 page report Click HERE.Reach … Continue reading CEORater CEO Churn Report

Here’s How Roper Technologies (tkr: ROP) Can Raise Its Game

Here’s How Roper Technologies (tkr: ROP) Can Raise Its Game

Roper Technologies has generally executed well over the past number of years. We offer three recommendations to Roper for driving superior operational performance and shareholder returns. 1.) Focus the Enterprise Software M&A strategy: This is Priority One. To date Roper has taken a buckshot approach to M&A with acquisitions scattered across the Software landscape. This … Continue reading Here’s How Roper Technologies (tkr: ROP) Can Raise Its Game

Tesla’s $2.3 Billion CEO Compensation Package

Tesla’s $2.3 Billion CEO Compensation Package

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