This morning, Andrew Moss became the latest scalp after stepping down from the helm of insurance company Aviva just days after a pay revolt.
Mr Moss, who ironically in 2009 survived a scandal about his romantic liaisons, is the latest target of the investor activism sparked by increasing anger over the disconnect between pay and corporate performance.
by mk 380 days ago · link
The argument is always about competitive pay and talent. I am sure many of these people are talented, but there are very many talented people in the world. Also, as an investor or employee, I would hope that money wasn't what most motivated a new CEO to take the position. The market, the company, and the challenges, should be the most important factors.