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Equity on Demand: The Netflix Approach to Compensation
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -19
David F. Larcker, Brian Tayan and Allan L. McCall
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business, Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: March 05, 2010
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Sovereign Bancorp and Relational Investors: The Role of the Activist Hedge Fund
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -06
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 04, 2009
Working Paper Series

Selecting a CEO: The Leader, the Business Builder, or the Technologist Case Number: CG-15 Publication Year: 2009
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -15
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 04, 2009
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The Management of Berkshire Hathaway; Case Number: CG-16; Publication Year: 2009
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -16
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 04, 2009
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Executive Compensation at Nabors Industries: Too Much, Too Little, or Just Right?
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Case Teaching No. CG -05
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 03, 2009
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There's a New Sheriff in Town: Institutional Shareholder Services
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -07
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 03, 2009
Working Paper Series

Corporate Governance Ratings: Got the Grade... What Was the Test?
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -08
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 03, 2009
Working Paper Series

Shareholder Democracy: Does Gretchen Get it Right?
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -09
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 03, 2009
Working Paper Series

10b5-1 Plans: Mortgaging a Defense Against Insider Trading
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -10
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 03, 2009
Working Paper Series

Models of Corporate Governance: Who's the Fairest of Them All?
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -11
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 03, 2009
Working Paper Series

Say on Pay ... Does the Buck Stop Here?
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -12
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 03, 2009
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Executive Compensation: Moving from Utility Services to Power Trading at Aquila
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -14
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 03, 2009
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Attention Shoppers: Executive Compensation at Kroger, Safeway, Costco and Whole Foods
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -13
David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 03, 2009
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Royal Dutch/Shell: A Shell Game with Oil Reserves-Governance Overhaul after Scandal (B); Case Number: CG-17(B) Publication Year: 2009
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -17 (B)
David F. Larcker, Robert Lawson and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business, Independent and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: October 01, 2009
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Royal Dutch/Shell: A Shell Game with Oil Reserves (A) Case Number: CG-17A Publication Year: 2009
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Case No. CG -17 (A)
David F. Larcker, Robert Lawson and Brian Tayan
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business, Independent and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
Date Posted: September 30, 2009
Working Paper Series