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ICS introduces its report on Human Capital in Executive Pay

Our new report examines Human Capital -- is it ready for prime time in compensation design?
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ICS introduces its report on Human Capital in Executive Pay

Students build a club to organize interest in compensation topics on campus

Interested in Compensation? Now there's a club for that.
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Students build a club to organize interest in compensation topics on campus

ICS co-hosts Jake Rosenfeld

Sociologist Jake Rosenfeld made time to speak with ILR students during his visit to Cornell this spring.
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ICS co-hosts Jake Rosenfeld

Paying for Human Capital Performance?

Join our Symposium event for presentation and discussion of Human Capital and compensation
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Paying for Human Capital Performance?

U.S. Employment Cost Index, Q1 2024 Commentary

ICS Commentary on U.S. ECI report for the first quarter of 2024
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U.S. Employment Cost Index, Q1 2024 Commentary

The Takedown of Elon Musk’s $56 Billion Pay Package

ICS hosts lead plaintiff Attorney David Tejtal and an expert panel
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The Takedown of Elon Musk’s $56 Billion Pay Package

Trump's social media company gains in its first day of trading on Nasdaq

AP News
“Like any meme stock or fad, as long as there’s a greater fool to buy you out for what you paid for it, than you can continue to prosper,” said Brian Dunn of ILR's Institute of Compensation Studies.
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Trump's social media company gains in its first day of trading on Nasdaq

Is Truth Social really worth billions? Financial experts weigh in on Trump’s media site

The Miami Herald
“It’d be hard to see why a rational investor would want to invest in this company,” says Brian Dunn, referring to Truth Social, of ILR's Institute for Compensation Studies
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Is Truth Social really worth billions? Financial experts weigh in on Trump’s media site

C3, the Cornell Compensation Club, is live

The new C3 is where to learn about compensation and opportunities in the compensation field.
Students listen to speakers on compensation
C3, the Cornell Compensation Club, is live

Even with Elon, boards are responsible to shareholders

Yahoo! Finance
Recent decision reminds boards of their role representing shareholders, even with charismatic executive talent in the room
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Even with Elon, boards are responsible to shareholders

Musk pay decision not the beginning of the end for robust executive packages

Axios
Reaction to the Delaware court decision on Tesla chief's $56 billion package
The Secret Ingredient for Executive Compensation
Musk pay decision not the beginning of the end for robust executive packages

As Musk points to jurisdiction, Dunn points to governance

Quartz
ICS' Brian Dunn quoted in Quartz coverage of Delaware court decision against Musk compensation package
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As Musk points to jurisdiction, Dunn points to governance