chad78 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 30 16:16:35 UTC 2012
Then you need to tell that to companies who are actively pursuing these
executives and offering these benefits.
I don't understand the logic at all, myself - but someone is hiring these
people, and someone is putting those contracts together. Someone is making
the decision that it is a good deal to hire this person at that salary with
that benefits package.
*- Chad W. Smith*
On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 7:29 AM, John Aldrich <jmaldrich at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Quoting Rod-Lists <rod-lists at epbfi.com>:
> except they are in bankruptcy all liabilities should be on the table.
>> Point is the meme is the union drove them into bankruptcy, but facts are
>> far different.
>> And it points to a bigger problem in business in this country these days.
>> Can we truly remain competitive in this country if we continue with the
>> golden parachutes for execs who drive a company into the ground?
>> Exactly! Why do we continue to put up with golden parachutes for
> executives who drive their companies into the ground? I say we need to tell
> these executives, if you pull all the money out of the company and drive it
> into the ground, you, PERSONALLY, pay the price by having to give back a
> portion of your last 12 month's salary. Maybe that would stop the so-called
> "Vulture Capitalism." I'm not against venture capital, but it needs to be
> *reasonable,* so that everyone makes money, not just the bankers and
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