Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Of Quarterbacks and CEOs

The quarterback for the winning Baltimore football team was given a raise to $120 million over six years.  The CEO of Heinz could land a $212 million golden parachute if he leaves the company after it is taken private.  The quarterback said the money was not all that important but rather "to get the respect that I felt, that I feel now from this organization."  What ever happened to promotions, the gold watch, and ribbons as in the military? 
   The sensible Swiss just passed a limit on CEO salaries.

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