Posts Tagged ‘CEO pay’
Douglas A. McIntyre of 24/7 Wall Street has a good piece on CEO pay today. He also raises a valuable point that CEO pay draws the ire of the media, shareholders and advocacy groups. But other executives at most firms also make huge money, and they never face the same scrutiny. No good ways exist to check and monitor their performances either. Read the rest of this entry »
Scott Thurm has a fascinating look at CEO pay in this weekend’s Wall Street Journal. I will have much more to say about CEO pay in the coming months. For now, suffice it to say that CEO pay has become an exercise in opaqueness and deliberate misdirection. While I fully support top pay for top performance, hundreds of extremely well-paid CEOs deliver mediocre results year after year. That is an abomination.