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Symbolism can be substance

David Levine, professor of business administration | October 26, 2009

For a generation, American executives have benefited from soaring pay.  At the same time, these executives have been put in a difficult position: A significant share of their pay is linked to actions that destroy value for shareholders and society as a whole. To understand this difficulty, recall that at most large American companies  executive pay largely depends … Continue reading »