NEW YORK As the 2009 proxy season begins for the restaurant industry's publicly traded companies, observers say executive compensation is sure to be a top shareholder concern. While the sums pocketed by restaurant company chiefs pale in comparison with eyebrow-raising figures being paid to titans in the financial industry, investors reeling from the market meltdown nonetheless are more closely scrutinizing company performance and compensation. The expectation is an increase in the ...
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