With the Enron (Lay/Skilling) trial having concluded and the business community eagerly anticipating more reports recommending SOX �404 relief for smaller companies, executive compensation issues seem far removed, except for the occasional (or not so occasional) headline. Don’t be lulled, however, into a false sense of security. Executive compensation is about to take center stage as THE latest “corporate governance” topic.


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