Posts filed under “Corporate Management”

How Much Do Silicon Valley Firms Really Earn?

If you missed the big Barron’s article (How Much Do Silicon Valley Firms Really Earn?) story this past weekend on Silicon Valley’s accounting, you should definitely check it out.

There has always been a element of bullshit in not expensing stock options, but this has now moved towards absurdity.

 

Compaore & Contrast
Source: Barron’s

Category: Corporate Management, Digital Media, Taxes and Policy, Wages & Income

The World’s Most Respected Companies

Source: WSJ

Category: Corporate Management, Sentiment

A Conversation with Bill Gates

Source: FT

Category: Corporate Management, Philanthropy

The U.S. Listing Gap

More on this shortly . . .

 

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Category: Corporate Management, Investing, Markets

2015 Executive Pay by Peer Group

Fascinating data set assembled by the crack team at Bloomberg:   Source: Bloomberg  

Category: Corporate Management, Digital Media, Wages & Income

Wal-Mart’s Pay Raises Are Paying Dividends

I have been writing critiques of Wal-Mart’s wages and employment policies for years (see “How Wal-Mart Became A Welfare Queen” and “Wal-Mart’s Minimum Wage Breakdown“). Today, I break with tradition and offer up some positive perspectives on the retail giant’s recent actions. A brief history of Wal-Mart and its enormous retail staff is telling. The…Read More

Category: Corporate Management, Retail, Wages & Income

Top 25 CEOs (as rated by Employees)

There is an interesting article over at Bloomberg looking at CEO ranking by employees:   click for complete list Source: Bloomberg

Category: Corporate Management, Digital Media

What the Top 50 CEOs Do on Social Media

Source: MarketWatch

Category: Corporate Management, Technology

The Slowly Disappearing Commission

Source: Wealth Management

Category: Corporate Management, Finance

The Delusional Dick Fuld

Richard Fuld, the former chief executive officer of Lehman Brothers, is the Shaggy of finance. On the cause of the financial crisis and the collapse of Lehman Brothers, his claim is, “It wasn’t me.” Seven years after he drove the 158-year old firm he ran with an iron fist into bankruptcy, he has reappeared to…Read More

Category: Bailout Nation, Bailouts, Corporate Management, Crony Capitalists, Legal, Really, really bad calls