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Posner is Right About Why Friedman is Wrong, But...

It’s worth reading Eric Posner on why Milton Friedman was wrong. My issue is with the historical setup to the argument.

The shareholder theory is usually credited to Milton Friedman, the University of Chicago economist and Nobel laureate.

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Barbara Novick of BlackRock, Inc., one of the largest and most powerful institutional investors in the world, wrote about CEO pay and the role of shareholders.

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Bob Iger

Anyone visiting a Disney theme park recently has noticed massive increases in admission fees, and prices for food and other items. Apparently Disney CEO Bob Iger needed the money because it was time for a haircut or he needed his ass buffed. 179 more words


Bill Winters has undermined good corporate governance | Financial Times

The attack on shareholders by Bill Winters, chief executive of Standard Chartered, for opposing remuneration at the recent shareholder meeting was as unwarranted as it was surprising.While it could easily be dismissed as an individual’s ego bruised by the concerted opposition of nearly 40 per cent of proxies cast against his pay, the wider issues it raises should not be overlooked.

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The Test of Time: Adapting to a New Era of Executive Compensation

In 2018, CalPERS voted against 45.4% of the S&P 500 on Say on Pay, according to corporate governance nonprofit As You Sow. These results are drastically higher than in previous years, as its five-year average for opposing Say on Pay votes was 16%.

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