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  • Viacom pays Sumner Redstone $36 million, Philippe Dauman $37 million

    Viacom pays Sumner Redstone $36 million, Philippe Dauman $37 million
    Although he rarely makes it into the office these days, Sumner Redstone continues to collect a handsome executive compensation package. The 90-year-old controlling shareholder of Viacom Inc. received a package valued at $36.2 million in 2013 in his role...
  • Millennial Media founder, CEO Palmieri steps down

    Millennial Media founder, CEO Palmieri steps down
    In a sudden departure, Millennial Media founder and CEO Paul Palmieri left the Baltimore mobile advertising company Monday to work for a prominent Maryland venture capital firm. Palmieri said in an interview his resignation had been in the works for...
  • Balto. Co. Council approves raises for council, executive

    Balto. Co. Council approves raises for council, executive
    Baltimore County Council members approved Wednesday a $25,000 raise for the county executive, as well as an $8,500 boost for their own positions. All seven members voted in favor of the increases. The raises will take effect in December and bring the...
  • UC regents approve two new hires, including investments chief

    UC regents approve two new hires, including investments chief
    The UC regents on Thursday hired an executive of a Canadian investment fund to be the chief manager of the university system’s $82 billion in endowment and pension investments and to pay him potentially more than $1 million a year if he achieves...
  • UMMS doesn't care for caregivers [Commentary]

    UMMS doesn't care for caregivers [Commentary]
    A patient-care technician for the University of Maryland Medical System must update his skills regularly to keep his job, but he hasn't seen an update in his salary. Another UMMS technician must work at least two jobs to have any money left after paying...
  • Trash Agency's Waste Windfall

    Trash Agency's Waste Windfall
    There's cash in trash. When it comes to the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, that truism takes on new meaning. The CRRA, a quasi-public agency created 40 years ago, collects trash from 75 towns and cities and turns it into electricity at four...
  • Swiss voters reject proposal to cap executive salaries

    Swiss voters reject proposal to cap executive salaries
    Swiss voters soundly rejected a plan Sunday that would have limited executive compensation to no more than 12 times the lowest-paid employees' pay.  The measure, known as the "1:12 initiative," was defeated 65.3% to 34.7% even amid wide public...
  • Greed: It's the American way!

    Greed: It's the American way!
    The city of Bell is a small blue-collar community in southern Los Angeles County whose top officials were discovered to be earning among the highest municipal salaries in the United States. Five of them, including the former mayor, face multiple counts of...
  • Napolitano: U.S. doesn't thrive if UC doesn't thrive

     Napolitano: U.S. doesn't thrive if UC doesn't thrive
    Janet Napolitano views her new job as president of the University of California system as being primarily "a huge public advocate for higher ed." The former Arizona governor and U.S. secretary of Homeland Security was an unusual choice for UC: a...
  • Letters: What Boehner can do about California's drought

    Letters: What Boehner can do about California's drought
    Re "GOP seeks to tap water crisis," Jan. 27 Good of House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) to drop by to help California fix our drought. Regarding reduced water deliveries to farmers to protect an endangered fish species, he claims that people from his...
  • Letters: Voting Rights Act doesn't need a fix

    Re "Fixing the Voting Rights Act," Editorial, Jan. 24 There isn't any legislation needed. The Supreme Court's decision last year was aimed at only one section of the Voting Rights Act; the rest remains in full force. As The Times recognizes, the Justice...