Executive pay in Germany: Keeping stumm - The Economist

Executive pay in Germany: Keeping stumm

Executive pay in Germany: Keeping stumm - The Economist
Executive pay in Germany: Keeping stumm
Published Aug 21, 2004
446 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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On disclosing pay, most German firms defy the corporate-governance code WHAT are Germany's corporate fat cats paid? Alas, only nine of Germany's top 30 listed firms disclose how much they pay, individually, their top executives--a subject...

  
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