S&P 500 Firms Prefer to Fund CEO Pay


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Published in The Deal September 2,  2009 by Gerald Magpily

There seems to be a two-tiered system between compensating high-level executives and rank-and-file employees at S&P 500 companies, according to Jack T. Ciesielski, known for digging into companies’ financial figures in his research publication, The Analyst’s Accounting Observer. The study shows that S&P 500 companies put in less money into employee pension plans than into management’s stock grants and options.

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