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  • Lincoln National CEO's Pay Package Up To $6.8 Million Last Year

    Lincoln National Corp. CEO Dennis R. Glass had a pay package last year that was up 11 percent from 2011, according to documents filed Friday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Glass was compensated $6.8 million, not including stock-and-...
  • 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...
  • Cutting CEO pay won't raise worker wages

    Robert Reich misleads readers by contrasting the pay of McDonald's and Yum Brands hourly employees with their respective CEOs in his recent commentary ("Jobs are coming back, but they don't pay enough," Aug. 28). Neither corporation is primarily in...
  • Price discusses ETFs and tax policy at annual meeting

    Price discusses ETFs and tax policy at annual meeting
    After T. Rowe Price executives recapped last year's highlights at Tuesday's annual meeting, a shareholder raised concerns about the loss of a top money manager, competition from exchange-traded funds and an Obama Administration tax proposal that could...
  • Chicago's Exelon holds annual meeting in Baltimore

    Chicago's Exelon holds annual meeting in Baltimore
    Exelon Corp. said Tuesday that its executive compensation package received an advisory OK from three-quarters of shareholder votes during the annual meeting, which the Chicago energy company held in Baltimore. About 20 shareholders attended the...
  • UnitedHealth Group CEO's Pay Down 28 Percent Last Year To $34.7 Million

    UnitedHealth Group CEO Stephen J. Hemsley had a 28 percent decline in compensation last year compared with 2011, according to documents filed Wednesday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Hemsley's pay package was $34.7 million last year,...
  • Netflix CEO Reed Hastings received $5.5 million in compensation in 2012

    Netflix Chief Executive Reed Hastings received about $5.5 million in total compensation last year, a 40% drop from 2011, when his package was valued at $9.3 million. But Hastings' salary -- like the company's image -- is on the rebound. He is set to...
  • Aetna Shareholders Vote Down Measures To Change Board Leadership, Further Disclose Political Spending

    A few Aetna Inc. shareholders took the health insurer to task Friday morning during an annual meeting in Tampa, Fla., over the way it structures its board leadership, how it discloses political spending and the manner in which it ran the annual meeting....