Defined benefit pension values dragged down CEO compensation among the nation’s largest corporations last year.
Total compensation disclosed in company proxy statements for chief executive officers at the nation’s largest corporations remained relatively unchanged in 2013, primarily the result of sharply lower pension values, finds a new analysis of proxies by Towers Watson
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