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Simon Tremblay-Pepin | How is public corporation executives' level of compensation like a ransom? Simon Tremblay-Pepin explains the logic behind the metaphor: first, the kidnapping, then, the ransom.
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Monia Mazigh | Business executives have a responsibility to contribute to a less divided Canada, at a time when the rich are getting richer and the middle-class is losing its share of the economic pie.
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Jim Stanford | Do CEOs really "create value," even if the share price of whatever organization they are in charge of happened to increase in a certain time period?
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Linda McQuaig | This time last year, financial elites everywhere seemed under siege. A year later, they are safely back in the saddle, enjoying a virtual stranglehold over key public policies.
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Linda McQuaig | The impulse to resist unbridled capitalism -- with its resulting extreme inequality and economic domination by the rich -- is basic and has persisted throughout the centuries.
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Rick Salutin | This is a linguistic deficit that reflects a democratic deficit, since the views of the majority are simply not heard in a crucial debate.
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Amy Goodman | Taxpayers' bailout money for AIG bonuses has rightfully provoked a massive backlash against AIG, Wall Street, President Barack Obama and his economic advisers.
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Linda McQuaig | Obama's decision to tax the well-to-do is no doubt creating nervousness among Canada's financial elite.
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Rick Salutin | There are too many people who are absurdly, stupidly rich. There is an easy, non-violent solution: Move some of their excess wealth to the people in the middle, since it all came from there anyway.
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Linda McQuaig | Revelations of Wall Street hijinks have raised questions about the skewed nature of financial rewards.