SEC proposes exec pay rules

The Securities and Exchange Commission voted unanimously to propose a number of changes to the disclosure rules for executive pay packages. In an attempt at greater transparency, the proposal would require companies to provide tables in annual filings showing the total yearly compensation for their chairman, chief financial officer and the next three highest-paid executives.

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