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  • As CEO Pay Continues To Soar, Media Executives Dominate Ranks

    As CEO Pay Continues To Soar, Media Executives Dominate Ranks
    NEW YORK (AP) — They're not Hollywood stars, they're not TV personalities and they don't play in a rock band, but their pay packages are in the same league. Six of the 10 highest-paid CEOs last year worked in the media industry, according to a...
  • CEO salaries defy gravity -- and any sense of shame

    CEO salaries defy gravity -- and any sense of shame
    How much money would it take to make you feel properly compensated for your work? I enjoy my job so much that, often, I feel like I'm getting away with something by getting paid for it. Still, I like being valued for what I do, and I can imagine I would...
  • Saucon Valley teachers now say OK to nonbinding arbitration

    Saucon Valley teachers now say OK to nonbinding arbitration
    The Saucon Valley teachers union and school board will move to nonbinding arbitration after all, the district's labor attorney said Friday night. The news comes after union officials Tuesday announced they wanted to go back to the bargaining table...
  • Low pay is but one problem in L.A.'s business climate

    To the editor: As a second-generation owner of a business that has operated in Los Angeles for more than 40 years, I support higher wages for my hardworking employees. However, we compete with several companies located in federal minimum wage states or...
  • New college grads finding best job market in years

    New college grads finding best job market in years
    More of this year's college graduates are winding up in the workforce instead of on their parents' couches. Colleges, employers and recruiters all report that new grads in South Florida are finding the most job opportunities they've had since the...
  • Subcontractor on Gloucester school project ordered to pay back wages

    Subcontractor on Gloucester school project ordered to pay back wages
    An electrical subcontractor has been ordered to pay more than $87,000 to several of its employees who were underpaid for their work on the new Page Middle School in Gloucester. The U.S. Department of Labor ordered E&P Electrical Contracting Company of...
  • Speak Out: Legislature to blame for pension crisis

    Speak Out: Legislature to blame for pension crisis
    Once again, Illinois taxpayers do not get what's going on with teachers and their pensions. Teachers and other state workers in Illinois contribute toward their pensions with every paycheck. They are not the cause of the state's pension problems. The...
  • McDonald's Oak Brook headquarters swarmed with wage protesters

    McDonald's Oak Brook headquarters swarmed with wage protesters
    Protesters hailing from as far away as Kansas City and New York City participated in a demonstration at McDonald's Oak Brook headquarters Wednesday, urging that hourly wages for the burger giant's front-line workers be increased to $15 an hour....
  • Zero Point adding more workers with new Virginia Beach headquarters

    Zero Point adding more workers with new Virginia Beach headquarters
    Zero Point Inc. is expanding in a new 15,000-square-foot headquarters building in Virginia Beach with plans to hire 89 workers over the next five years, the city says. The firm has had its headquarters at 1763 Princess Anne Road since 2006 before moving...
  • Fired Charlie Weis still highest paid Notre Dame coach on payroll

    Fired Charlie Weis still highest paid Notre Dame coach on payroll
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Charlie Weis remained the highest paid coach on Notre Dame's payroll despite being fired by the university following the 2009 season, earning nearly twice as much as Brian Kelly, the man who replaced him as football coach. The...
  • Vacant Downtown Hartford Building Could House Teachers

    Vacant Downtown Hartford Building Could House Teachers
    HARTFORD — The Capitol Center office building near Bushnell Park downtown, vacant for nearly two decades, could be converted to 60 mixed-income apartments, heavily marketed to teachers and other professionals who work in the city. New York-based...