American taxpayers are subsidizing the windfalls that go to execs at low-wage employers. Here’s a promising idea that could help reverse the subsidizing.
A growing number of executives at America’s ‘do-good’ nonprofits are doing much too good — for themselves — at paycheck time.
The Institute for Policy Studies 2016 Executive Pay Reform Scorecard – part of the latest edition of the IPS annual Executive Excess report – evaluates an extensive list of creative and practical proposals for reining in excessive executive compensation.
A blue-ribbon commission in the UK has just released a final report that demolishes all the major defenses that overpaid executives and their flacks, in the UK and the United States, have advanced to justify why executives today merit so much more than their counterparts a generation ago.