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The Top 10 Highest-Paid CEOs Led by CBS' Leslie Moonves
Leslie Moonves, who was paid $60 million, is the highest-paid CEO of S&P 500 companies with chief executives who have served at least two full years. Equilar , an executive compensation data firm, released its annual data with the Associated Press, putting Moonves at the top of the list for fiscal
The Highest-Paid CEOs by State
Here are the top-paid CEOs by state for 2015, as calculated by The Associated Press and Equilar, an executive data firm. The survey considered public companies with at least $1 billion in revenue that filed proxy statements with federal regulators on or before April 30, 2016. It includes CEOs who
The Elephant We're All Inside
Junk Journalism on Climate, or Too Big to Cover? ———– Nature’s Edge Notebook #35 Observation, Analysis, Reflection, New Questions A number of the world’s professional climate scientists are perplexed by — and in some cases furious with — American news directors. “Malpractice!” is typical of...
The Note's Must-Reads for Friday, April 24, 2012
Compiled by ABC News’ Jayce Henderson, Amanda VanAllen, Carrie Halperin and Ben Waldron PAUL RYAN ABC News’ Shushannah Walshe: “Ryan Criticizes Obama on Defense Cuts, Remains Silent on Special Ops Criticizing President” At a defense roundtable in the town that’s home to Fort Bragg, Paul...
'New McCarthyism' Described by Climate Scientist Michael Mann
Interview with scientist Michael Mann, author of ‘The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars: Dispatches From the Front Lines,’ and the latest of many to describe efforts to intimidate climate scientists and create confusion about their findings. Nature’s Edge Notebook #31 Observation, Analysis, ...
Who's to blame when gas costs $1 more than last year?
Gasoline costs $1 per gallon more than it did last Memorial Day, and the Wall Street speculator, more than Texas oilmen and OPEC ministers, is often seen as the bad guy at the gas pump. "There won't be another drop in the price of gasoline this weekend, and it's due to Goldman Sachs and Morgan
Exxon Mobil CEO: 'I'm Not Out of Touch'
I think out of touch deeply profoundly out of touch. And deeply and profoundly committed to sharing nothing. Because something that you get on the slippery slope. If you give up something on the slippery slope. If you get if you give up something that You know what how do you explain that yours
Do Americans Want 'Shared Sacrifice? Big Oil Exec Says No
Senate Democrats Grill Oil Executives on Subsidies from Taxypayers Pockets as Gas Prices Continue to Soar
Mitt Romney Looking For A Health Care Game Changer: Will He Deliver One? (The Note)
Mitt Romney has got a lot of explaining to do about how his approach to health care reform has changed between the time he served as governor of Massachusetts and now as he stands on the threshold of his second White House bid.