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    1. Is There A Fair Way To Pay CEOs?

      Is There A Fair Way To Pay CEOs?

      When CEO paychecks are determined by performance, it sounds like a fair method of compensation. That way, head honchos at major companies aren’t raking in millions unless they’re doing a good job … right?

      While this model sounds great in theory, the New York Times reports that it doesn’t always work in practice. The popularization of performance-based pay has done nothing to prevent companies from dishing out increasingly staggering paydays to their executives.

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    2. Target CEO Ouster Shows New Board Focus on Cyber Attacks

      Target CEO Ouster Shows New Board Focus on Cyber Attacks

      Chief executive officers beware: Data breaches can now cost you your job.

      Yesterday Target Corp. (TGT)’s board ousted CEO Gregg Steinhafel in the wake of a hacker attack that compromised the personal data of millions of shoppers during the holiday season. Steinhafel’s main error was to move too slowly in shoring up the chain’s defenses even after being warned that point-of-sale terminals were vulnerable to cyber criminals.

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    3. Groupon, Down 40% In 2014, Finally Does Something For Shareholders

      Groupon, Down 40% In 2014, Finally Does Something For Shareholders

      Today trading below $7, Groupon

      is down about 40% so far year to date.  Management is  still groping for a way to reinvent itself when, as predicted, the daily deal business turned out to not be a viable long term strategy. It was too easily copied by everybody from the local newspaper and TV station to Amazon, everyone’s most formidable competitor.

      Mind you, even the smart people at Google

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    4. CEO 'pay' definition remains unclear as SEC struggles to meet Dodd-Frank

      CEO 'pay' definition remains unclear as SEC struggles to meet Dodd-Frank

      The Dodd-Frank act is a far-reaching law that impacts many U.S. companies. It became effective on July 21, 2010, and part of it covers “Accountability and Executive Compensation.”

      The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was supposed to come up with rules applying the law to specific issues on the topic, but the SEC has been tardy.

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