Shareholders at New York Community Bancorp (NYSE:NYCB) voted on Friday to reject the compensation plan governing pay for the bank's top executives. Is this a sign of trouble to come? Or does it mean something else?
In this segment of today's "Where the Money Is", Motley Fool's analysts David Hanson and Tyler Riggs take a look at some headlines from the financial sector and explain how they might affect your investments. David and Tyler note New York Community Bancorp performance under CEO Joseph Ficalora and they were surprised by the vote.
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