Monthly Archives: March 2010

Good paying work for Junior

Remember when we used to mow lawns and do odd jobs as kids? Those days seem to be gone forever in the executive sphere based on revelations from the banking pinata known as Goldman Sachs. See http://dealbook.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/03/22/the-perks-of-being-a-goldman-kid/?ref=business Pay levels and perks aside, did anyone stop to think how these revelations would play publicly following the… Read more »

Why CEOs should not blog without facts

When the CEO of an acquired company starts saying things like, “are you ready for a brave new world?,” employees know it’s time to take cover underneath their desks. In the case of John Brock at Coca-Cola Enterprises (see the AJC’s report, published earlier today at http://www.ajc.com/business/coca-cola-enterprises-ceo-382024.html,) it’s our sincere hope that he and the… Read more »