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The purpose of the Compensation and Human Resources Committee is to assist the Board in fulfilling its duties regarding human resources, compensation matters and the corporate succession planning. COMPOSITION The Committee shall be comprised of at least three independent directors, as defined by the Toronto Stock Exchange Guidelines and the recent New York Stock Exchange Regulations. Members of the Committee shall be appointed annually, following the annual general meeting of the Corporation.  The Chairman of the Compensation and Human Resources Committee is appointed each year by the Board. MEETINGS The Committee shall ...
WSJ takes another look at backdating stock options
conducted its own detailed analysis of stock option grants and concluded that the problem of improperly backdating options to create lower exercise prices may be more widespread than suggested by the dozen or so companies the SEC is believed to be investigating. The article summarizes the issues associated with backdating: Companies have a right to give executives lavish compensation if they choose to, but they can’t mislead shareholders about it. Granting an option at a price below the current market value, while not illegal in itself, could result in false disclosure. That’s because companies grant their options ... market research, surveys and trends
a tale of three ironies: university of miami's janitors still have ...
There has been an ongoing dispute involving the university, and a company called Unicco with which it contracts to provide janitorial services, and the Unicco's local employees. The Service Employee's International Union (SEIU) has been trying to organize the janitors. Recently, in one of its statements, a janitor who has worked for at the university for 25 years and makes $6.80 an hour claimed, "I was here the first time the university formed a committe to talk about our wages. I was making barely over minimum wages then, and I still am now." (See the Miami Herald story here .) The union has just taken a ... market research, surveys and trends


ISO New England Inc. ER10-154-001
Mar 25, 2010 ... allocated the net sum of $1.1 million for a 2.5 percent increase in salaries for ... Compensation and Human Resources Committee reviewed the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
LS Power – News Article
LS Power's equity ownership in Dynegy demonstrates its belief in Dynegy's value proposition and scalable platform HOUSTON (Apr 02, 2007) – Dynegy Inc. (NYSE:DYN), today announced that it has completed its previously announced combination of operating assets and establishment of a development joint venture with LS Power Group, a privately held power sector investor, developer and manager. The transaction, which was announced on September 15, 2006, and approved by Dynegy's shareholders on March 29, 2007, increases the size of Dynegy's operating power generation portfolio by approximately 8,000 ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Boehner distances himself from Barton apology to BP
So how bad is it for the GOP that select Republicans are slamming the White House for successfully pressuring BP to create a $20 billion escrow fund, calling it variously a "slush fund" and a "shakedown"? Bad enough for John Boehner to distance himself from those making such remarks -- in particular, GOP Rep. Joe Barton of Texas, who apologized to BP: House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) broke with a top Republican on Thursday who suggested BP had suffered a "shakedown" by being forced to set up a $20 billion fund to pay out damages. Boehner distanced himself from remarks by Rep. Joe Barton ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
John Wiley & Sons Announces Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2010 Results
Full year adjusted EPS growth of 20% (+6% currency neutral), excluding impairment and restructuring charges of $0.17 -- Full year free cash flow of $215 million, up 32%, including $31 million in discretionary accelerated pension contributions -- Net debt reduced year-over-year by $224 million to $495 million Change ------------------------------- $ millions FY10 FY09 Excluding FX Including FX -------------- ----- ----- ------------ ------------ Revenue: Q4 $436 $403 5% 8% ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Compensation and Human Resources Committee for the length of his or her term as a Regent, but in no event longer than six (6) years. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
House Financial Services Committee
In March of 2007, Congressman Barney Frank, Chairman of the Financial Services Committee, introduced H.R. 1257, "The Shareholder Vote on Executive Compensation Act." The bill would require that public companies ensure that shareholders have an annual nonbinding advisory vote on their company's executive compensation plans; and an additional nonbinding advisory vote if the company awards a new golden parachute package while simultaneously negotiating the purchase or ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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