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Golden Parachutes: 21 CEOs Landed $100M Plus
While TV viewers love to hear the words, “You’re Fired,” from Donald Trump, few would ever want to have that conversation with their own boss. That is, unless they are the boss and managed to negotiate a hefty separation package. So-called golden parachutes are contractual...
Why Bank of America's Ken Lewis Will Take Home More Than Peers
Lewis' Retirement Pay Is More Than That of Several Other Bank CEOs Combined; Will Pay Czar Feinberg Limit It?
Why Were Mortgage Warnings Ignored?
Academics: Greed, Competition and Lack of Information Kept the Subprime Train Rolling
Subprime CEOs Explain Why They Made Millions While Americans Lost Homes
Three CEOs Testify About the Subprime Mortgage Collapse and Their Pay Packages
Mortgage Millionaires to Answer to Congress
Three CEOs Behind the Subprime Market Face Inquiry About Their Pay Packages
Credit Crunch Hits Home
David Field, a 28-year-old credit counselor from Plantation, Fla., is engaged to be married in November. In the meantime, he's trying to get rid of his $9,000 in credit card debt. And while he's a third of the way there, like so many Americans, it hasn't been easy for him. He's cut down nearly
Stocks may fall, but execs' pay doesn't
Warren Buffett says it's only when the tide goes out that you learn who's been swimming naked. If that's the case, investors should keep their children away from the beach this proxy season, because the tide went way, way out for Corporate America in 2007, exposing all sorts of embarrassing details
CEOs and Celebs: Making Big Bucks
Now we look at people who make a ton of money. CEOs of big companies and big names and entertainers. Who makes the most and who actually deserves it. Every year Forbes magazine prepares less of the world's richest people. Businesspeople and entertainment fans and stars paychecks keep rising Forbes
The Biggest CEO Firings of 2008
The bloodletting in the c-suite started in 2007. It still hasn't stopped. Another year goes by and more chief executives get the ax--probably more than in any previous year. People shook their heads when Charles Prince III at Citigroup and Stanley O'Neal at Merrill Lynch got the boot in 2007. Now
CEO pay takes a hit in bailout plan
The draft of the government's controversial $700 billion financial rescue plan released Sunday makes it clear that CEOs of firms seeking the bailout are about to have their pay packages capped. The proposal seeks to rein in compensation at participating companies by limiting their tax deduction on