Executive Compensation Special Report

By Plastics News

Released: November 12, 2010 6:00 am ET

Price: $200
pages: 18
Purchase for $200
Plastics News' supplemental report on employment compensation of executives in North America's plastics industry. 

Includes previously unpublished content:

Articles by reporter Mike Verespej: Bonuses rise with performance; Q&A with the Corporate Library's Paul Hodgson.

It covers the most current issues regarding compensation trends, cash bonuses, stock and option awards, say-on-pay, Securities and Exchange Commission regulations, Dodd-Frank and more. 

It also includes Plastics News’ ranking chart of 150 of the top-paid executives at publicly held plastics companies in North America, compiled by executive compensation research firm Equilar Inc. of Redwood Calif. (the printed report contained only the top 100); as well as a Q&A on compensation reform with an independent expert in the field and more than a dozen more charts and tables drawn from PN’s own database as well as macroeconomic data. 

Additional charts and tables, including 5-year histories and other compensation statistics.

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