Friday, August 14, 2009

Wall Street Back To Same Old Tricks

Go to Salon.com and read about how Citigroup, a company that we bailed out with $45 billion, wants to pay its top 25 executives an average of $10 million apiece for their work this year. Work that was so good it entitled the company to take a $45 billion bail out from the United States Government. I thought these type of payouts was supposed to be over, that there were going to be real changes on Wall Street.
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1 comment:

Starrlight said...

If I so much as look at a gadget it dies. I swear. I kill them with my brainwaves. Or they just really really hate me.

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