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Senior Management Compensation

1. Compare typical compensation and incentive arrangements for (a) top management, for example, the CEO or CFO, and (b) plant or division managers. What are the chief differences
2. Suppose that East Corporation has issued voting and nonvoting stock. Investors hope that holders of the voting stock will use their power to vote out the company's incompetent management. Would you expect the voting stock to sell for a higher price? Explain.

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1. Compare typical compensation and incentive arrangements for (a) top management, for example, the CEO or CFO, and (b) plant or division managers. What are the chief differences?

Consider the typical compensation for top management is on the basis of years of experience that can range from higher end of $100k up to $300k a year depending on the industry. Try and think of the type of business industry in high demand as the ones that offer a higher end compensation payout, such as, technology, and energy products or services. The greater demand in business corresponds to higher profitability margins, in which, the compensation package is greater ...

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