A nation under TARP?

Hanse, Fay
April 2009
Workforce Management;4/20/2009, Vol. 88 Issue 5, p1
The article focuses on restrictions on executive pay that are expected to affect all public companies in the U.S., and discusses the reasons behind insurance firm Aflac Inc. being unaffected by these restrictions. The U.S. Congress is planning to incorporate pay restrictions on all public companies, which presently applies only to companies receiving assistance under the U.S. Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). The management at Aflac has already adopted many of the proposed pay controls.


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