CEOs Need More Talent Than Yodeling

Hill, Martin
September 2002
San Diego Business Journal;9/30/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 39, p46
Comments on the payment systems for chief executive officers (CEO) in large corporations in the U.S. Problems of the compensation packages of public company executives; Retirement package for CEO; Estimation of the pension of executives at General Electric Co.


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