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Thanks, Re-Tog. I was going to point out the same thing. Goo4 is confusing CEO's with owners, instead of the overpaid managers that they are, getting their golden parachutes even if they run the company into the ground.
I graduated in a recession years ago, so I definitely feel their pain. But when I see young 20-somethings toting around their $4 grande mocha caramel macchiatos and flipping through their I-whatevers, then remember the packs of ramen noodles I ate at their age, there seems to be a bit of a disconnect with what is con...more
more proof that baby-boomers are the worst generation this country (possibly any country) has EVER produced....I think not, Sofa King--I'd say each generation has progressively gotten worse, has felt more entitled, and has wanted more and more for less and less work. If you're not part of the solution, you're part of ...more
These types of CEO earnings only serve to illustrate what a joke buying stock is. You have the people at the top basically skimming off all the profits, while doling out paltry results to the stockholders. That they still make this kind of pay no matter how poorly the company does is even more offensive. Seriously, ...more