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February 25, 2009

Ford’s executive chairman Bill Ford has voluntarily agreed to forgo his entire cash compensation this year and will take a 30% cut in his salary over the next two years according to US media reports.

Ford’s executive chairman Bill Ford (pictured) has voluntarily agreed to forgo his entire cash compensation this year and will take a 30%  cut in his salary over the next two years according to US media reports.

The news, revealed in an internal company memo, comes as the family-controlled motor company struggles to operate through the current deep economic downturn without accessing government loans.

May 1, 2008

We have seen how important fairness is when paying operational family members, now we look at how to reward those who are not involved in the business. Steve McClure analyses how best it can be done

We have seen how important fairness is when paying operational family members, now we look at how to reward those who are not involved in the business. Steve McClure analyses how best it can be done

May 1, 2008

Tom Davidow kicks off our focus on remuneration by taking a look at how family businesses should compensate family members who are active in the company. This must be appropriate and fair or else the dynamics of the family may suffer …

Tom Davidow kicks off our focus on remuneration by taking a look at how family businesses should compensate family members who are active in the company. This must be appropriate and fair or else the dynamics of the family may suffer …

In a climate where million dollar CEO salaries, bonuses and benefits in publicly traded companies are so huge that the public cannot relate to them, family-controlled Aflac Inc has become the first US public company to empower shareholders to vote on executive compensation.

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