Tuesday, March 5, 2024

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Some new hope for a check on CEO compensation

A Delaware state court ruling has shaken up the pay world for corporate executives.

Sick of outrageously excessive CEO compensation?

America’s top health care execs would rather we not.

Before COB on the first workday of 2023, CEOs will make...

In less than seven hours on the first workday of the New Year, a typical CEO will have made as much as the average U.S. worker will make all year.

From France, an unexpected call for a ceiling on CEO pay

Our modern societies, top French politicos fear, just might ‘explode’ without one.

How excessive CEO pay undermines enterprise effectiveness and efficiency in the...

Inequality within the enterprise, the evidence suggests, subverts all these elements of enterprise success.

Executive excess: How taxpayers subsidize giant corporate pay gaps

More than two-thirds of the top federal contractors and corporate subsidy recipients paid their CEO more than 100 times their median worker pay in 2017.

Can anything bring CEO pay back down to Earth?

If we want to reverse soaring income inequality, curbing CEO pay has to be on the agenda.

US CEOs are world’s best – for themselves

U.S. CEOs certainly do deliver the best results for themselves. They certainly do not, on the other hand, deliver the best results for average people in their nations.

The shameful silence of the CEOs

Today’s CEOs finance a larger part of our political system, yet they won’t take a stand to save it.

In the last 40 years CEO pay has risen by 937%...

America’s inequality problem continues to be the worst in the industrialized world. 

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‘Contrition fantasy’ – the impossible quest from shameless, conscienceless lowlifes 

Every judge who fails to enforce authority and ignore transparent, cynical evasions becomes an enabler of the scofflaw.

Macy’s employees stunned by mass layoffs as company rewards Wall Street

In a dramatic restructuring, Macy's announces store closures and layoffs, spotlighting the tension between shareholder gains and workforce stability in America's evolving retail landscape.

Rising child fatalities in Gaza amid starvation and medical shortages

Amidst the rubble of conflict, Gaza's youngest bear the brunt of an escalating humanitarian crisis, with malnutrition and lack of medical aid claiming innocent lives.

Trinidad and Tobago faces historic environmental crisis with massive oil spill

The spill, emanating from a ship named Gulfstream, has wreaked havoc on over 25 miles of pristine coastline, endangering the coral reefs, Atlantic beaches, and the livelihoods dependent on these natural resources.

Biden’s EPA accused of yielding to industry over gas-fired power plants

The Biden administration faces criticism for delaying crucial regulations on gas-fired power plants, raising concerns about the commitment to environmental promises.