Investors Seek Changes in Corporate Pay, Governance Frustrated by recent corporate scandals, shareholders in companies around the country push for reform and submit proposals to curb executive severance pay. And federal regulators consider changes that could give shareholder groups more power in corporate boardrooms. Hear NPR's Chris Arnold.
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Investors Seek Changes in Corporate Pay, Governance

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Investors Seek Changes in Corporate Pay, Governance

Investors Seek Changes in Corporate Pay, Governance

Investors Seek Changes in Corporate Pay, Governance

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Frustrated by recent corporate scandals, shareholders in companies around the country push for reform and submit proposals to curb executive severance pay. And federal regulators consider changes that could give shareholder groups more power in corporate boardrooms. Hear NPR's Chris Arnold.