Life science CEOs' paychecks decrease as markets decline

When the markets are down, everyone is in the same boat, in theory -- however, former Ambu CEO Lars Marcher warns boards against unduly rewarding CEOs by changing pre-existing share-based programs.

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When stock exchanges drop, bonusses in the shape of share-based programs for chief executives officers at companies like GN, Coloplast, and Lundbeck shrink, Danish financial media Finans reports.

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