A nine-figure income may seem like a lot, but I’ll take nine lives.
Want to be able to make every bump that comes your way just another springboard to grand fortune, just like CEOs? Here’s what you need to do.
Public funds support many bailed-out companies. So why are we still paying CEOs outrageous salaries?
Would you let shareholders regulate their CEOs’ reckless behavior?
The 16th annual Institute for Policy Studies “Executive Excess” report exposes this year’s windfalls for top financial bailout recipients.
Outrageously large rewards for executives give executives an incentive to behave outrageously — and engage in behaviors that put the rest of us at risk.
New corporate regulation across the Atlantic may help deflate bloated executive compensation.
New Treasury rules have backpedaled on CEO pay reform for bailed-out companies. But we can no longer afford the status quo.
This memo summarizes the key provisions in the stimulus legislation to restrict compensation for executives of bailed-out companies.
This fact sheet sums up and dissects the major arguments against public policy action on CEO pay.
We applaud efforts to cap bailout pay, but are concerned about reports of weak Treasury rules.
An analysis of new proposals for change.
We need to get that money back, and then rein in runaway CEO pay across corporate America.
Funds for the economic recovery should come from the Wall Street gamblers and the wealthy CEOs who profited from the casino economy.
Paulson’s new plan still sides with the executives and shortchanges the taxpayers.