Monthly Archives: April 2012

If Your Union Head is in the 1% Where Does That Leave You?

There was an article on Bloomberg News revealing that lots of top labor leaders are in the top 1% of income earners. The top ten US labor leaders took home an average salary and other compensation averaging $394,925. The Department … Continue reading

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Did you get a 14% Raise Last Year?

Executives did. Average CEO pay rose by 14% last year to $12.9 million. That’s 380 times the pay of the average worker according to the AFL-CIO. This average worker made $34,000 last year. Though the raise was more than generous … Continue reading

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Not Much Growth in Jobs Last Month

April 6. Contrary to all the expert’s expectations only 120,000 jobs were created last month. True, one month’s numbers don’t mean much, but still it’s a bit of a bad surprise. The widely publicized “unemployement rate” dropped, but only because … Continue reading

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New JOBS Law Great for Fraud

April 4. It’s the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act and its a bill full of ways to streamline rules, so that companies can issue new financial offerings, getting rid of RED TAPE and the like. They’re getting rid of … Continue reading

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