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The number of companies introducing clawback provisions has skyrocketed over the last five years, according to a new survey by The Corporate Library. About 329 of the 2,100 businesses surveyed have adopted provisions to recover cash and stock incentives in cases where financials have been misstated. That’s compared to just 14 companies with a clawback policy in 2003, the last time the corporate governance research firm looked at the issue.

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