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  • UTC Chief's Pay Rose 26% In 2013, To $25 Million

    UTC Chief's Pay Rose 26% In 2013, To $25 Million
    United Technologies Corp. Chief Executive Officer Louis R. Chênevert took home $24.68 million last year, an increase of 26 percent from 2012, according to federal filings. Chênevert, 56, received a 4.4 percent increase in base salary to $1.76 million....
  • Letters: No help for women from Republicans

    Re "GOP filibusters vote on equal pay for women," April 10 The GOP definitely wasn't kidding when, on the eve of President Obama's first inauguration, its leaders vowed in their own patriotic way to unequivocally oppose absolutely everything he...
  • MetLife CEO's Pay Down 19% Last Year To $7.27 Million

     MetLife CEO's Pay Down 19% Last Year To $7.27 Million
    MetLife Chairman and CEO Steven A. Kandarian was compensated $7.27 million last year, down 19 percent from the $8.96 million pay package he received in 2012, according to documents filed Tuesday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission....
  • Pay For United Illuminating Chief Rose 55% To $3.8M Last Year

    James P. Torgerson, chief executive of The United Illuminating Co. and its parent company, took home more money last year than he did in 2012, according to regulatory filings. In 2013, Torgerson made $3.8 million in his salary, incentive pay, stock...
  • New Barnes Group CEO Made $2.2M Last Year; Retired CEO Left With $10.6M

    Patrick J. Dempsey, head of Barnes Group Inc., an aerospace manufacturer and distribution firm, made $2.21 million last year, according to federal filings. The top paid executive at the firm, though, was Gregory F. Milzcik, the chief executive who...
  • Letters: Crumbs from trickle-down economics

    Re "Bring on supply-side economics," Opinion, March 23 To quote Ronald Reagan, "There you go again." Ideologues like Brad Schiller tout supply-side economics once again as a possible cure for our economic woes. Economists teach us about "supply and...
  • Cigna CEO's Pay Package Last Year More Than Quadrupled 2012

    Cigna Corp. CEO David M. Cordani's compensation last year was 4.5 times the amount he received the year before, according to an annual notice of executive compensation filed Friday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He received $3.97...
  • Robert B. Reich: The 'you're paid what you're worth' myth

    It's often assumed that people are paid what they're worth. According to this logic, minimum wage workers aren't worth more than the $7.25 an hour they now receive. If they were worth more, they'd earn more. Any attempt to force employers to pay them more...
  • Disney's Iger talks movies. Google and Viacom make peace.

    Disney's Iger talks movies. Google and Viacom make peace.
    After the coffee. Before deciding whether to see "Nymphomaniac" now or wait for the edited version on cable. The Skinny: Caught Sunday's "The Walking Dead" last night where the Lizzie character got Fredo'd. Godfather fans will get the reference. Tough...
  • Writers Guild Leaders Sound Alarm Over Fox's Time Warner Bid, Pitch for Funds

    Leaders of the Writers Guild of America West, alarmed by Rupert Murdoch's $80 billion bid for Time Warner Inc., are pitching for funds from the 8,000 members of their guild. The missive -- sent out by WGA West president Chris Keyser and negotiating...
  • Andrew Douglass, attorney, Polsinelli

    Andrew Douglass, attorney, Polsinelli
    Andrew Douglass has joined law firm Polsinelli's Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Practice in the Chicago office.  He is a graduate of Saint Louis University School of Law.