Some corporate bosses who received stock awards this year are sitting on gains of millions of dollars.
Inside information and influence with the clerks’ former bosses may figure in the transactions, a new study suggests.
Some corporate bosses offered to cut their pay, but most did not. Those who did gave up less than 10 percent of what they received last year.
Only a small number of large companies have tied executive compensation to goals for hiring and promotion of workers from underrepresented groups.
Since the 1980s, profit-sharing has declined. It deserves to make a comeback.
Corporate boards are handing out millions to top executives before their companies seek bankruptcy protection, and courts can’t do much about it.