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  • 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...
  • Kaman CEO Pay Drops, But Not As Far As It Seems

    While initial filings show that Kaman Corp. Chief Executive Officer Neal J. Keating made half as much last year as the one prior, the decrease is likely to be less steep. Keating, the 58-year-old head of the Bloomfield aerospace component and...
  • General Electric CEO Immelt Made $11.3M In 2013

    Jeffrey R. Immelt, chairman and chief executive of Fairfield-based General Electric Co., made $11.27 million in 2013, a steep decline from the $20.45 million he took home the prior year, a federal filing Thursday showed. The drop in earnings for the...
  • Merger Bonus Pushes Retired Stanley Chairman's Pay To $123 Million

    Merger Bonus Pushes Retired Stanley Chairman's Pay To $123 Million
    Nolan D. Archibald, who led the former Black & Decker into a deal to create New Britain-based Stanley Black & Decker and then served as the new company's executive chairman, brought home $123.6 million last year, federal filings Tuesday show. The...
  • 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....
  • U.S. Sells Remaining GM Stock

     
    Remember TV commercials in early 2010 where GM's then-CEO Ed Whitacre proclaimed the automaker had paid back its loans in full? Though technically accurate ??? the automaker repaid $8.1 billion in loans from the U.S. and Canadian government in April......
  • Legg Mason investors approve executive pay package

    Legg Mason investors approve executive pay package
    Legg Mason Inc. shareholders approved a $5.9 million pay package for Chairman and CEO Mark R. Fetting in an advisory vote announced Tuesday at the Baltimore-based company's annual meeting. The nonbinding "say on pay" measure won the support of 87 percent...
  • Legg Mason investors approve election of directors, executive compensation

    Legg Mason shareholders voted to approve a $4.9 million pay package for Chairman and CEO Mark R. Fetting at the Baltimore-based investment firm's annual meeting Tuesday morning. Fetting's compensation package was $1 million less than the package approved...
  • Report: Stevenson chief among highest-paid at private colleges

    Report: Stevenson chief among highest-paid at private colleges
    Stevenson University had the highest income disparity between its president — who made $1.49 million in 2009 — and rank-and-file professors, according to a salary survey of hundreds of institutions released Monday by The Chronicle of Higher...