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Archive for October, 2011

In Defense of CEO Pay – Part 2: Different Bargains

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

In part 1 of this series, I explained how the CEO pay ratio is an overstatement, and compares apples to apple pies.  Now, we’re going to look at the different economic bargains and incentives for the types of actors in a corporation.  Next, we will look at why CEO pay is, and should be,... »

Tags: , ceo, compensation, ows, pay, , wages
Posted in Business, Politics, U.S. | No Comments »

In Defense of CEO Pay – Part 1: The CEO Pay Ratio

Monday, October 17th, 2011
In Defense of CEO Pay – Part 1: The CEO Pay Ratio

CEO’s have taken a beating lately.  Some of the criticism is deserved, but the argument that CEO pay is out of line simply because public company CEOs make 300 times what the average worker does, bears some analysis.  The implication, sometimes stated outright, is that workers deserve more pay, and CEOs deserve less.  That... »

Tags: , ceo pay, , income inequality, , , misleading
Posted in Business, Media Bias | No Comments »

Why 9-9-9 is not regressive

Monday, October 17th, 2011

I’m not normally in the business of making arguments for politicians, but Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan is getting some unfair criticism, and more than a few people are mischaracterizing the real tax burden Americans face.  Fore example, on Meet the Press this weekend, David Gregory went after Cain, alleging that some people would pay... »

Tags: 9-9-9, , herman cain, indirect taxation,
Posted in Business, Government, Taxes | No Comments »

Occupy Wall Street: The Hypocrisy Experiment

Friday, October 7th, 2011

Nothing gets the hypocrisy flowing like a counter protest.  As Jon Stewart pointed out earlier this week, there is no shortage of hypocrisy about the Occupy Wall Street crowd on the Right.  Sean Hannity was called out for having defended free speech when it came from the mouths of retirees and small business owners... »

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Posted in Media Bias, Politics | 3 Comments »

Liberal Elite stop shouting “Fatty, Fatty, Can’t Run,” to Weep Openly for Poor, Fragile Elizabeth Warren.

Friday, October 7th, 2011

Earlier this week, Massachusetts Democratic senatorial candidate Elizabeth Warren took a swipe at sitting Senator Scott Brown.  When asked, during a debate, how did she paid for college she said “I kept my clothes on.” The dig was in reference to Senator Brown’s nude appearance in Cosmopolitan in 1982. When asked, Brown retorted, “Thank... »

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Posted in Politics | 1 Comment »

So long, and thanks for all the tech.

Thursday, October 6th, 2011
So long, and thanks for all the tech.

I’ve never been an Apple guy–I’m not cool enough. I prefer Linux for the same reasons that, when I make bread, I start by planting wheat in my backyard.  Using a pipette.  My (nerdy) objection to Apple computers, that they do not allow enough user customization, is the core strength of the iPhone.  It... »

Tags: apple, iphone, legacy, steve jobs, techonology
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The Fierce Incompetence of Central Planning

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

What if I told you you could get in on the ground floor (or low level) of a technology company. The company is a few years old, and has had increasing losses over it’s history: $27.2M three years ago, $114.1M two years ago, $232.2M last year and on pace to hit $160M this year.... »

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