A 61 percent majority of chief financial officers at leading U.S. technology companies feel that shareholders should have a say on executive compensation plans, according to a new survey.
Accounting and consulting firm BDO Seidman surveyed 100 CFOs at companies with revenues ranging from more than $100 million to $5 billion and found that only 31 percent said their companies allowed shareholders to vote on their executive compensation plans, compared to 69 percent that did not.
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