By Kristen Doerer
'Moneyball' author Michael Lewis on what execs and elites often overlook…
By PBS NewsHour
After a year when CEO compensation came under increasing scrutiny, Paul Solman investigates the factors that influence executive pay. Part two in the series examines the freedom of the market determining those salaries.
Executive Pay Soaring Once Again, Report Finds…
The Obama administration's pay czar Kenneth Feinberg has announced more cuts to executive pay for several large companies still receiving government funds. Judy Woodruff spoke with him about those salary decisions.
Columnists David Brooks and Mark Shields review the week's news, including the coming Afghan runoff and the war of words between the White House and Fox News.
The government has ordered seven firms that received billions in bailout money to dramatically cut compensation to their highest-paid employees.
The Federal Reserve curbed pay packages for executives of companies that received bailout money in an effort to discourage risky business practices. Jeffrey Brown speaks with executive pay czar Kenneth Feinberg.
By Carolyn O'Hara
Testifying before lawmakers Thursday, Ben Bernanke reiterated a call for the Fed to be given supervisory powers over institutions that pose a systemic risk to the financial system, and proposed that a council of regulators help monitor risk.
By Online DA
World leaders plan to announce Friday the Group of 20 will replace the Group of Eight as the main forum for coordinating global economic policy, a reflection of the increasing importance of fast-growing economies such as Brazil, China, and India.
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