A growing number of US companies — including two backed by British entrepreneur Richard Branson — are expected to face fire from investors in the coming months over a once-obscure pay practice that has let them reward executives without consulting shareholders. Companies like these “evergreen” provisions because they can continue to reward executives with stock after their share prices have plummeted. During the stock market boom last year, special purpose acquisition companies (Spacs) and other businesses that went public incorporated evergreen provisions with little opposition.
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23andMe Co-Founder and CEO Anne Wojcicki sits down with Yahoo Finance’s Anjalee Khemlani at the HLTH conference to discuss the slowdown in growth, consolidation in the health care space, the company’s partnership with GSK, drug discovery, and more.