Friday, June 10, 2011

Executive pay and the New Normal

Executive Compensation's New Normal: A Missed Opportunity
Forbes (blog)
The new normal with respect to executive compensation appears to be very similar to the pre-recession normal. And it's just not sustainable. Numerous critics of executive compensation have raised concerns with respect to sustainable organizations and ...
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Helping clients manage money in the new normal
Business Lexington
by Margaret Buranen Lexington, KY These have been trying times for financial portfolios — and the financial planners who help to arrange them. With the country's economic future showing some hope for improvement amid the uncertainty, the services of ...
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Is this the new normal?
ChicagoNow (blog)
Is this private behavior, private public behavior, public pubic behavior, fiendish behavior or the new normal behavior? What if some guy walks into a bar, sits down next to a woman, sticks his phone in her face, and says- "Hey baby, want to see my ...
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Weekly Unemployment Claims, the New Normal: 427K, Last Week Revised Up to 426K
By Tom Blumer In the week ending June 4, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 427000, an increase of 1000 from the previous week's revised figure of 426000. The 4-week moving average was 424000, a decrease of 2750 from the ...
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'New Normal Budget' Built Around Premise That Shawnee Tax Take Won't Recover ...
Tecumseh Countywide News
City Manager Brian McDougal formally presented “a new normal” 2011-12 budget to the Shawnee City Commission this week and recommended that the city borrow $3 million to tackle some projects that were discussed but never started under “old normal” ...
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Subprime hangs over securitised debt revival
Financial Times
... as hundreds of billions of dollars of “safe” securities linked to US mortgages plunged in value, bankers are beginning to ask: has it embarked on a gradual recovery or is this stripped-down, muted version of securitisation now the “new normal”? ...
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