Accountability is on the rise at publicly traded restaurant companies, as chief executive compensation increasingly aligns with performance, according to the third annual study of top-executive pay conducted by HVS Executive Search exclusively for Nation’s Restaurant News. While a quick glance at the 2012 survey of top-executive pay packages shows that there are still many top executives who are classified by the study as overpaid, more are moving closer to the sweet spot ...
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