The spectacular business failures of the past several months have seriously shaken investors’ faith, but a new survey indicates that many executives at those companies have profited enormously. A panel discusses corporate compensation amid corporate failure.


  • Lionel Barber editor, "Financial Times"
  • Frank Vogel Director of the Ethics Resource Center
  • Nell Minow The Corporate Library

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