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Ten CEOs take home more than $70 million in 2008, with Blackstone’s Stephen Schwarzman topping the list with more than $700 million in compensation.


Date: 8/14/2009

Keys: Management, HR, government


Questions for discussion:

  • Compensation for work done is a controversial topic and often receives great public attention when the numbers are extraordinarily large or small. What is your view of the compensation paid to these CEOs?
  • Do you believe that there should be ceilings set by government (through taxes) or other regulatory bodies? Explain your thinking.
  • Is there anything inherently wrong with anyone receiving high levels of compensation?
  •  How would you decide proper compensation for work provided? Explain your thinking.

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