A Classification of American Wealth
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   Of good and bad CEOs  

Page entitled : Scoundrel CEOs

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How good and bad CEOs are difficult to discern, until bad becomes evil and CEOs become scoundrels, corporate criminals, crooks and deceivors.

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... define at what level compensation becomes excessive and weighs on the profitability of a corporation. In cases where top executives cross the line between legal profiteering and actual deception, the situation is pretty clear though. Unfortunately such cases have become more and more frequent in recent times, to the extent where corporate crime now affects the credibility of the capital  ...


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