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  • 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....
  • Minimum Wage Hike Would Give Women A Needed Boost

    Recently, the Appropriations Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly took a strong step toward growing and strengthening the wages of Connecticut's lowest-wage earners by voting to increase the state's minimum wage. In doing so, the committee also...
  • Twitter's 'stealth IPO' shines spotlight on JOBS Act's effects

    SAN FRANCISCO — In fewer than 140 characters, or 24 words, Twitter Inc. disclosed that it was planning the highest-profile public stock offering since Facebook Inc. But that was about all it did, leaving stunned investors and analysts scrambling...
  • The three things to watch for in Twitter's IPO filing this week

    SAN FRANCISCO -- As soon as this week Twitter will make public its secret filing to sell stock to the public. It's called an S-1 filing, and it's the form companies have to file before their shares can be listed on a stock exchange. Twitter filed...
  • Letters: Closing the wealth gap

    Letters: Closing the wealth gap
    Re "Wealth gap only getting worse," Column, Oct. 11 I agree with David Lazarus that we need a remedy to the wealth gap issue. But I cannot agree that we should raise the top marginal tax rate, which drives so many business decisions, including workforce...
  • Congress' wrong-way approach to CEO pay

    How can we bring down CEO pay? That was one of the questions Congress grappled with when it passed the Dodd-Frank Act in 2010. The public was outraged at the lavish pay of chief executive officers in a period of recession, and legislators responded by...
  • Hospital CEO pay not tied to quality of care: study

    Hospital CEO pay not tied to quality of care: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Hospital CEOs' pay isn't linked to their hospital's benefit to the community. Nor is it linked to the quality of care the hospital provides, a new study found. Instead, the chief executive officers, or CEOs, tended to earn...
  • CEO-to-worker pay gap is obscene; want to know how obscene?

    Nothing seems to get U.S. corporations' dander up like a threat to the pay and perks of their chief executives. That's one explanation for corporate America's superheated, turbocharged, over-the-top reaction to the CEO pay ratio rule recently proposed...
  • Letters: Paging the Obamacare IT guys

    Letters: Paging the Obamacare IT guys
    Re "Obama promises to fix glitches on health website," Oct. 22 Did I hear President Obama say he was more frustrated than anyone over the meltdown of the federal government's website for signing up folks for health insurance? Did he also say they are...