gov —> general motors —–> def 14athere B u s i n e s s F i n a n c e

gov —> general motors —–> def 14athere B u s i n e s s F i n a n c e

Find the financial reports for 2018 or 2019 of a company of your choice. What strategy or measurement scheme is used in determining executives’ compensation and what are the names and salaries of the two highest paid executives? I have provided the link for the answer to these questions based on General Motor’s 2019 annual report. You cannot use General Motors.

I went to SEC.gov—>General Motors—–>DEF 14A

There are many ways you can access this data, I am just providing yo with my way.

Discussion Board Instructions

You are expected to participate in discussions after having completed the assigned readings and cases. Discussion grades are based on completeness, grammar and quality of comments made. Comments that are redundant or non-quality will result in zero points for your grade. Discussions are due before 11:59 pm on the assigned due date. Late discussions receive zero points. Also, reply posts receive zero points if there is not an initial post completed on time. Late discussions receive zero points. Use the guidelines below.

  • Formatting: Format your discussions in the following ways:
  • Times New Roman font, size 12
  • Include your name
  • Include references to credit any text, video, or other materials that you used as sources (including your textbook).
  • Content: Your discussions will be graded based on the discussion rubric as well as the style of your writing.
  • Mechanics: You are expected to use proper mechanics, and you will lose points for grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.

Discussion Board Grading Rubric

for AC 401

CATEGORY

DESCRIPTION

Format and Mechanics (2points maximum) Formatting as described above including font, name and reference(s). (2 points maximum)

Connectedness (1 point maximum)

Citations from the readings, lectures, and other course materials are included that support postings and response to peer’s post. (1 point maximum)

Content (1 point maximum)

Posts are factually correct, rich in content, full of thought, insight, analysis, depth, and detail. Postings clearly advance the discussion. (1 point maximum)

Respect (1 point maximum)

Offers an opposing view in a respectful and professional manner; avoid sarcasm. (1 point maximum)