Powers granted to shareholders to vote down pay packages for the CEO and top “named executive officers” by the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act appear to be driving some change in executives’ “golden parachute” protections.

A new survey of Fortune 500 companies by Towers Watson compares change-in-control (CIC) benefits in place in 2010, and those in place today.

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