Executive Compensation and Public Outrage


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Published in Business Week February 25, 2010

What fueled public outrage wasn’t how much execs got but how little the rest of us did, says Camelia Kuhnen of the Kellogg School of Management. The upside: increased shareholder activism Bonus season is well under way, and the public outrage that last year boiled over into protests at execs’ homes, criticism from the President, and demand for reform from an angry public seems to be at a low simmer now.

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