Fixing exorbitant CEO pay: All is not lost

Despite what has felt like relentless insanity, the prognosis for positive changes to executive pay looks better than it has for a decade.

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A Wall Street Transcript Interview with Eric Kallen, President and Chief Investment Strategist at Hayek Kallen …

67 WALL STREET, New York – September 30, 2013 – The Wall Street Transcript has just published its Investing Strategies Report offering a timely review of the sector to serious investors and industry executives. …

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A Wall Street Transcript Interview with Eric Kallen, President and Chief Investment Strategist at Hayek Kallen …

The "Executive Coaching" Field Shifts the Paradigm by Establishing a "Professional University": UCECE Invites …

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The University of Continuing Executive Coaching Education© (UCECE), a first-of-its-kind “professional university©” offering top-tier peer-to-peer continuing education from leading corporate executive coaches in the industry, has announced that it is accepting proposals for innovative executive education programs. (PRWeb September 30, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases …

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A Wall Street Transcript Interview with John Pitzer, a Managing Director and Global Technology Strategist for Credit …

67 WALL STREET, New York – September 30, 2013 – The Wall Street Transcript has just published its Semiconductors Report offering a timely review of the sector to serious investors and industry executives. …

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Holiday Millionaire Raffle tickets go on sale Tuesday

Sales for the Kansas Lottery’s Holiday Millionaire Raffle start Tuesday. This is the fifth year of the raffle.

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Vt. Median Income Declines

Recent U.S. Census Bureau figures show Vermont’s median household income continues to decline. In fact, when inflation is factored in, Vermonter’s are earning less in real dollars than they were a decade ago.

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Venture capitalist George Emont passes away

Louisville loses noted healthcare investor.

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France opens corruption probe into uncle of Syria's Assad

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PARIS (Reuters) – Paris prosecutors said on Monday they had opened a preliminary investigation into whether an uncle of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad illegally acquired millions of dollars of assets in France. Two French anti-corruption campaign groups, Sherpa and Transparency International France, filed a complaint earlier this month alleging corruption, money-laundering, embezzlement of …

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The 10 Stealth Economic Trends That Rule the World Today

REUTERS What’s going on in the world today? It’s hard to keep up. Some facts are familiar to anyone who reads the news. Unemployment is high. Growth is slow. Shale gas is a big deal.

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COMMENTARY 847.2: Money Is the Icing, Not the Cake

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Despite the advice of preachers and philosophers warning us of the shortcomings of money, it’s hard to argue with Gertrude Stein’s observation: “ I’ve been rich and I’ve been poor. Rich is better.” Although money is better at reducing suffering caused by poverty and relieving anxiety caused by debt than it is at making us happy, it can buy […]

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COMMENTARY 847.2: Money Is the Icing, Not the Cake