If earnings per share do not rise fast enough over a three-year period, directors will receive nothing, the Wall Street Journal said Thursday. But if earnings perform as expected, directors will get a nice raise.
The beverage giant's largest shareholder liked the move.
"I can't think of anything else that more directly aligns director interests with shareholder interests," said Warren Buffet. "As a shareholder, I love it."
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