There's been a lot of talk lately about bedbugs. It seems that they are swarming over the nation. My research indicates that there are two distinct species of bedbugs: the kind that inhabits mattresses and the suitus gluttonus, commonly known as the "overpaid CEO." Like their more diminutive cousins, corporate moochers have been pervasive, much-discussed, but rarely successfully fumigated.Well folks, a form of regulatory DDT has arrived. To the surprise of pretty much everyone, it emerged last week that the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill actually addresses this long-neglected infestation of the capitalist system. The Financial Times picked up on this overlooked executive aspect of the financial reform bill and created a sensation, with an approving editorial in the New York Times and predictable exclamations of horror from the business community.
Fumigation for Overpaid CEOs - Weiss
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