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Jul 3, 2013
The real question here is: if the company seemingly makes only defective products (when the manage to make anything at all), how does the company have any money at all?

Or should I just take MST3K in mind here, "and repeat to myself it's just a comic, I should really just relax"?
Jul 3, 2013
Only a CEO could consider he could be compared to them and not have suspicion aroused!
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Jul 3, 2013
If all of humanity tithed to God, his income would be 1/10 of the global GDP, which could be substantial.
On the other hand, his expenditures toward humanity far exceed that, so I'm afraid he's well in the red.
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Jul 3, 2013
In a takeover of an insurance company by a bank, 10s of millions of bonuses were paid to top management "as an incentive to stay". The claim of the bank is that this is standard procedure to stop key people from leaving. At the same time a large electronics store chain went broke and was taken over, where 2/3 of the employees could stay (hooray), no extra incentives there, and about 1/3 will probably be fired. How sick is the banking/insurance world? If it were a horse i'd put it out of it's misery.
Jul 3, 2013
I might need that study. Based on negotiations with my boss it sounds as if I'd earn twice what our CEO gets -.-
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