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  • Dov Charney seeks millions in pay, damages from American Apparel

    Dov Charney seeks millions in pay, damages from American Apparel
    Dov Charney, who was fired as chief executive of American Apparel in December after an internal investigation revealed personal and professional misconduct, plans to seek up to $35 million in damages from the company. Those damages, being sought through...
  • Mulally earned $22 million in final year as Ford CEO

    Former Ford CEO Alan Mulally's compensation fell 5 percent to $22 million in his final year at the company, reflecting lower profits as the company invested heavily in new vehicles and plants. Ford reported 2014 compensation Friday in its proxy filing...
  • Can you trust investment advice?

    Can you trust investment advice?
    Where do you turn for investment advice -- and how do you know you can trust that advice? That's the challenge faced by a generation of Americans who are now rolling their company retirement plans into IRAs. The financial services industry is ready for...
  • Bank of America not giving shareholders a vote on chairman decision

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. Bank of America shareholders learned Thursday that they won't have a say in the bank's move last fall to hand its CEO the chairman title. The Charlotte bank's annual proxy filing did not include any proposals that would allow stockholders...
  • American Apparel reports bigger loss, SEC investigation

    American Apparel reports bigger loss, SEC investigation
    American Apparel Inc. reported a bigger loss in the fourth quarter, a sign of continued struggles at the retailer as its new chief executive leads a turnaround effort. The company also said Wednesday that the Securities and Exchange Commission is...
  • PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi received $19.1M pay package in 2014

    PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi was given a pay package worth $19.1 million in 2014 after the snack-and-beverage maker said it met or beat its own financial targets for the year. The compensation for Nooyi, who has been chief executive since 2006, represents a...
  • Head Of Barnes Group Took Home $4M Last Year

    Pay for the top executive at Barnes Group Inc., Patrick J. Dempsey, increased to $4.0 million last year. Dempsey, 50, made $2.2 million in 2013, which was his first year in charge of the parent company of Associated Spring, Barnes Aerospace, Männer,...
  • MetLife's CEO Compensated $10.97 Million Last Year

    MetLife's CEO Compensated $10.97 Million Last Year
    MetLife Chairman and CEO Steven A. Kandarian was compensated $10.97 million last year, up 51 percent from 2013, according to documents filed Monday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Kandarian grew up in West Hartford and graduated from...
  • Prudential CEO Compensated $9.6 Million Last Year

    Prudential Financial Inc. Chairman and CEO John R. Strangfeld was compensated $9.61 million, down 61 percent from the $24.7 million he received in 2013, according to a filing Tuesday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Prudential...
  • Top DHS official aided McAuliffe, Reid projects, watchdog finds

    WASHINGTON A top Homeland Security Department official intervened to help projects backed by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Sen. Harry Reid in a program aimed at attracting foreign investments in exchange for U.S. residency, the agency's internal...
  • Bankers are complaining — again — about too much regulation

    Bankers are complaining — again — about too much regulation
    The term "regulatory capture" refers to what happens when regulators swim so close to the companies they regulate that they get snared in those companies' gravitational fields. What results is tolerant, indulgent regulation, or none at all. For a good...