The latest news on executive pay
The cap may not have been a good idea, but discussing the underlying issue remains important.
Some groups say that the wage gap is nowhere near as large as we think it is.
Companies should have to disclose how much more the CEO makes than an average employee.
The real problem is that ordinary workers have trouble boosting their own pay.
It might be a temporary blip, but evidence of an economic slowdown is mounting.
There may be reason to question how useful UT—Austin’s statistics are, however.
Two studies reveal that executive MBAs are paid more, but are likelier to shoulder tuition fees.
Two recent job surveys offer optimistic findings for recent MBA graduates looking for jobs.
Corporate workers utilize the specialized programs to differentiate themselves among their peers.
Some say that business-related Ph.D.’s and D.B.A.’s provide the exclusivity M.B.A.’s once offered.