Published in CNN Money June 25, 2009
A lawsuit filed against McDonald’s Corp. (MCD) by a former employee earlier this year shines a light on the lengths to which some companies may be going to avoid disclosing perks and other potentially embarrassing executive compensation.
Published in The Wall Street Journal June 25, 2009 by Alistair Barr
Finding out how much U.S. corporate executives are paid is tricky, partly because of a last-minute change to compensation disclosure rules by the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2006 which has a former top lawyer from the regulator still scratching his head.
Published in Bloomberg June 25, 2009 by Matthew Benjamin and Judy Woodruff
Louis Gerstner, the former International Business Machines Corp. chief executive officer, said that short-term investment gains should be taxed at 80 percent as a way to counter the culture of greed on Wall Street.
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