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If the SEC Measured CEO Pay Packages Properly, They Would Look Even More Outrageous

Harvard Business Review

The SEC’s new disclosure requirement implements a section of the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 that seeks to expose extreme pay gaps within corporations and to permit cross-company comparisons of CEO-worker pay inequality. To monitor this ratio, the Portland law will make use of data that, beginning in 2017, U.S.

Big Data's Human Component

Harvard Business Review

Any fool, or mortgage banker, can use a spreadsheet and calculate a Black-Scholes equation. Humans do. Yeah, right. And we make mistakes.

The Nasty Truth about CEO Pay

Harvard Business Review

Yes, the market is rebounding; the S&P 500 was up 13% over 2010. Using the S&P500 as a proxy, and setting the January 1, 2007 stock price at $100/share, Tom's share price at the beginning of each year is as follows: 2008 — $102; 2009 - $66; 2010 — $ 80; and 2011 — $90. 04 Jan 2010. $80. 04 Jan 2010.