It's incredibly common these days for a CEO to tie his compensation to stock prices, mostly to demonstrate loyalty to the company. Take, for example, the search for a better model that allows CEOs to
demonstrate to investors and consumers their confidence in the company they lead. Tim Cook's decision to change an executive remuneration was announced Friday. FT.com reports on a retroactive
amendment to Cook's 2011 stock award that ties half his pay to stock gains. I'm a firm believer that advertising, marketing and C-level loyalty drive product demand.
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