Re: But Twisted logic in this society of sycophants... Those that do no work get all the money and rewards for being at the top. Those that actually do the work to keep the company growing get jack crap.
said by intok:Definitely not what I wrote.
Yeah, because everything would be just fine if there was no linemen to go out and service and install equipment...
said by intok: Show me a functional coop that doesn't have a management or governance structure.
Go look up how a CO-OP works, they don't have a CEO or a board of directors
said by openbox9:Well thank goodness we have people like you to protect the reputation of those hard-working, poor souls.
That's not what intok stated. Also, I disputed LTE4LIFE 's claim that executive management teams don't do work. I won't dispute the silliness of some executive pay packages, but I will argue all day long against claims that they don't do work.
God speed openbox. May your noble mission continue without interruption.
Re: But It's not so silly when you are looking at executive pay that is is at 1000:1 to the pay of the rank and file employee.
You can't say with a straight face that they are worth a thousand of their regular employees.
Re: But The other half of the deal makers are making corrupt decisions precisely *because* of the corporate lobbying and revolving door. How can you focus on the regulators while ignoring the guy pulling the strings on the puppets? That's just being willfully ignorant.
CEOs are paid what the board decides to pay them. Those board members often sit on other boards, and of course nominate CEOs from their own members. The scale is rigged.
said by sonicmerlin:No. They're making deals because they lack integrity and the moral fortitude to do what they said they'd do when we voted for them....or voted for those that appointed them. For that they are solely to blame and should be held accountable for their (in)actions. Or else we can shut up and continue our apathy and blame game toward businesses that are by definition incapable of having integrity or morality. Society doesn't vote private businesses into being, but it sure does with their elected officials/representatives
The other half of the deal makers are making corrupt decisions precisely *because* of the corporate lobbying and revolving door.
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Re: Not for long
said by amarryat:True but there may be contractual obligations that he may have to honor or pay even more to break.
Softbank CEO will probably end that this year. He couldn't control last years pay.
Still not surprised that the worst performing cellular carrier has the highest CEO pay. Makes sense :/
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RE They got that money from Softbank and now compensation is ballooning. That is where the money is going, not into network investment and infrastructure but into the pockets of the executives.
Re: Anyone else sick of the T-Mobile is so great articles all the time
said by biochemistry:I had 1-0 bars in Minneapolis MN. maybe central/midwest, but not northwest.
You are forgetting the Midwest. It is headquartered in Overland Park, KS not too far from Kansas City.