The wage gap is only getting worse, the Economic Policy Institute finds.
For the second time in three years, chief executives in the health field led the S&P 500 in total compensation.
Congressional Republicans would be more willing to stand up to Trump if their major financial backers – big business and Wall Street – had more backbone.
Instead of setting up further rounds of CEO perp walks for the TV cameras, Congress should give the Justice Department and regulatory agencies enough funding to do their jobs.
Thomas Piketty attributes rising inequality in the U.S. primarily to huge increases in the salaries of CEOs and other top executives, but he misinterprets the evidence. Rising salaries of top executives actually explain very little of the rise in inequality, and they depressed other employees’ pay by only a negligible amount.
No institution is more responsible for educating the CEOs of American corporations than Harvard Business School.
Extensive new research shows that "across the board, the more CEOs get paid, the worse their companies do over the next three years," Forbes contributor Susan Adams writes.
After having found that many men whose faces were broader than others' tend to lead successful firms, the same two UC Riverside professors have discovered that wide-faced males elicit self-serving behavior in others.
A look at the day's political happenings, including some major new developments in the IRS targeting scandal and President Obama's take on whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
Walmart is feeling some heat with the rising demand for increasing the stagnant federal minimum wage finally coming from Washington, backed by over 70 percent of the people in polls.