So far, Congress is taking a surprisingly sensible approach to the problem of pay


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Published in The Economist  

The boardrooms of America were ready for misery. What else could result from Congress’s fury at runaway executive pay, outrageous Wall Street bonuses and handsome rewards for failure? The bosses can breathe a little more easily. The Corporate and Financial Institution Compensation Fairness Bill that won a healthy majority in the House of Representatives on July 31st turned out to be remarkably restrained—in some ways even too restrained (see article). However, with the Senate still to look at the legislation and the practical details of its implementation to be hammered out, there is plenty of time for that to change, for better or worse.

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