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Executive Pay Is a Touchy but Misunderstood Subject

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Executive compensation is closely scrutinized by politicians and public investors. Oracle, for example, was criticized last year for paying its three top executives more than $35m each. Yet public reports of executive pay have often been misunderstood because they include accounting estimates of contingent compensation that may never be received.

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10 Things Successful Leaders Remember When Things Go Wrong

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We tend to think of good leadership in conjunction with smooth sailing. If you're smart and resourceful, and you build and nurture a good team and generate good ideas, what can go wrong? A lot.
Whether it's a failure of planning, a bad judgment call, or an accident of fate, trouble eventually comes to every leader. And that's when leadership really matters.

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Seattle CEO Who Set Firm’s Minimum Wage to $70G Says He Has Hit Hard Times

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The Seattle CEO who reaped a publicity bonanza when he boosted the salaries of his employees to a minimum of $70,000 a year says he has fallen on hard times. Dan Price, 31, told The New York Times that things have gotten so bad he’s been forced to rent out his house.

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