say on pay
 n.— «Say on pay is a proposal that’s making its way through Congress. Let’s say you own part of a public company. They’re looking for a CEO, and the wanna-be chief is pushing for big pay and cushy perks. Really? Say on pay would allow shareholders to vote on a CEO’s salary. And even though the vote wouldn’t be binding, it’s still not welcome news around the board room.» —“Buzzword: Say on pay” Marketplace July 20, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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