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BlackRock demands cuts to executive pay and bonuses

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It's an issue that comes up regularly going back decades.  They all like to make the right noises while doing nothing - and now with Osborne moving in via the revolving door they've got an expert in that particular jam tomorrow ruse.

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On 15/01/2017 at 6:01 PM, fru-gal said:

World’s largest fund manager threatens shareholder rebellions, warning UK companies they must match boardroom pay rises with that of workers

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jan/15/blackrock-demands-cuts-to-executive-pay-and-bonuses

The Pearson CEO should be paying the shareholders to compensate for the mismanagement not the other way around.  Shareholders would have been better off paying him to not turn up for work.

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6 hours ago, billybong said:

It's an issue that comes up regularly going back decades.  They all like to make the right noises while doing nothing - and now with Osborne moving in via the revolving door they've got an expert in that particular jam tomorrow ruse.

this time really is different though.

joe public is not quite as spellbound by endless repetition and "perception management" as the PTB would like them to be.

 

they are quite rightly getting a bit miffed.

this is just the start!, the small number of disgruntled plebs have already managed to screw up the elites plans for the west via trump+brexit....2017 is last year on steroids.

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