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People & Business :: People/Executives

Executive Compensation

1:12 PM MDT | August 29, 2007 |

Gregory Dl Morris

Top level pay in the chemical sector has been stable but is on the verge of significant changes, say leading executive compensation analysts. Some external changes, especially new reporting rules recently enacted by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), emphasize the sound performance of most chemical companies. But other trends, especially the forthcoming first wave of baby boomer retirements, will lead to a tight market in experienced top management and may force changes in promotion and pay, market watchers say. The industry’s reputation for...

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