Hostess CEO $1.5 Million NOT CUT !!!

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Amused Slew

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Yep, you're buggered up...
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Union salaries wrote:
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Teamsters
JAMES HOFFA
GEN PRESIDENT
$294,285.00
$78,204.00
$372,489.00
C KEEGEL
GEN SEC-TREASURER
$267,080.00
$70,521.00
$337,601.00
ROBERT BOUVIER
INTERNATIONAL VP
$224,018.00
$2,489.00
$226,507.00
FORREST JOHNSON
INTL VP/INTL REP
$188,095.00
$35,201.00
$223,296.00
CHARLES DEANER
ASSISTANT TO GENERAL PRES
$205,267.00
$14,111.00
$219,378.00
GARY WITLEN
DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR
$203,622.00
$11,157.00
$214,779.00
RICHARD BELL
EXEC ASST TO THE GST
$198,871.00
$14,455.00
$213,326.00
JAMES MCCALL
SPEC COUNSEL
$195,315.00
$11,179.00
$206,494.00
WILLIAM SMITH
EXEC ASSIT TO GP
$150,000.00
$47,224.00
$197,224.00
JOHN WILLIAMS
TRADE DIVISION DIRECTOR
$162,228.00
$27,645.00
$189,873.00
GORDON SWEETON
INTL VP/INTL REP
$155,570.00
$29,304.00
$184,874.00
JEFFREY FARMER
DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR
$150,313.00
$33,738.00
$184,051.00
JAMES CURBEAM
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZER
$66,219.00
$114,011.00
$180,230.00
More...
http://www.unionfacts.com/employees/teamsters
BCTGM President Frank Hurt
Even though his union lost roughly 30% of its membership over the last decade and Frank Hurt condemns the pay cuts and other concessions his members took at Hostess, as the union’s president, Hurt saw his total compensation rise nearly 45%–from $181,840 in 2000 to $262,654 in 2011, according to Department of Labor reports.
http://www.laborunionreport.com/portal/2012/1...
Gee, not as much ALL together, as a typical CEO....

1 David M. Zaslav President & CEO Discovery Communications $7,799,258 $44,604,861 $52,404,119
2 H. Lawrence Culp, Jr. President & CEO Danaher $5,867,778 $15,782,339 $21,650,117
3 Wesley G. Bush Chairman, president & CEO Northrop Grumman $5,498,751 $15,467,524 $20,966,275
4 Robert J. Stevens Chairman & CEO Lockheed Martin $10,925,000 $9,613,981 $20,538,981
5 Richard D. Fairbank Chairman, president & CEO Capital One Financial $0 $18,663,450 $18,663,450
6 Jay L. Johnson Chairman & CEO General Dynamics $5,000,000 $11,058,080 $16,058,080
7 Malon Wilkus Chairman & CEO American Capital Agency $5,395,000 $7,751,334 $13,146,334
8 Allen F. Wise Chairman & CEO Coventry Health Care $3,000,000 $9,988,683 $12,988,683
9 Michael W. Laphen 1 Chairman, president & CEO Computer Sciences $2,421,692 $7,517,867 $9,939,559
10 W. Edward Walter President & CEO Host Hotels & Resorts $1,595,800 $8,325,109 $9,920,909
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Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>Gee, not as much ALL together, as a typical CEO....
1 David M. Zaslav President & CEO Discovery Communications $7,799,258 $44,604,861 $52,404,119
2 H. Lawrence Culp, Jr. President & CEO Danaher $5,867,778 $15,782,339 $21,650,117
3 Wesley G. Bush Chairman, president & CEO Northrop Grumman $5,498,751 $15,467,524 $20,966,275
4 Robert J. Stevens Chairman & CEO Lockheed Martin $10,925,000 $9,613,981 $20,538,981
5 Richard D. Fairbank Chairman, president & CEO Capital One Financial $0 $18,663,450 $18,663,450
6 Jay L. Johnson Chairman & CEO General Dynamics $5,000,000 $11,058,080 $16,058,080
7 Malon Wilkus Chairman & CEO American Capital Agency $5,395,000 $7,751,334 $13,146,334
8 Allen F. Wise Chairman & CEO Coventry Health Care $3,000,000 $9,988,683 $12,988,683
9 Michael W. Laphen 1 Chairman, president & CEO Computer Sciences $2,421,692 $7,517,867 $9,939,559
10 W. Edward Walter President & CEO Host Hotels & Resorts $1,595,800 $8,325,109 $9,920,909
You are comparing people who run companies to people who leech off of them.
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I'm comparing leadership and you're playing 7 year old games... Time for your nappy poo....
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I'm comparing leadership and you're playing 7 year old games... Time for your nappy poo....
You are comparing leadership? Really? Comparing union leaders to CEO's at corporations? The two aren't even similar. If you want to compare leadership, compare successful CEO's to unsuccessful CEO's, not to union parasites.
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Dec 5, 2012
 
I like moron rules, try harder to be relevant, dying elephant ! LMAOROTFY~! I'm comparing leadership and you're playing 7 year old games... Time for your nappy poo....
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LEECHES ??? LMAOROTFU~!

Rupert Murdoch, News Corporation
Compensation:$29.3 million
Corporate profits:+18%
Stock gain/loss:+49%

News Corporation shares rose dramatically last year, but public confidence in the company that owns British tabloids, Fox News, and the Wall Street Journal plummeted. Starting last July, a series of investigations revealed that News Corp.'s tabloid, News of the World, had engaged in hacking private cellphones on a much wider scale than previously disclosed—and with the knowledge of senior News Corp. executives. The inquiries led to the shuttering of the tabloid, the resignation of Dow Jones CEO Les Hinton, and the arrest of three former high-level News of the World employees. Yet amid this imbroglio, News Corp. boosted Murdoch's salary by 75 percent. In May, a British parliamentary committee released a report concluding that Murdoch had "exhibited willful blindness to what was going on in his companies and publications" and was "not a fit person to exercise stewardship of a major company."
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Amused Slew wrote:
I like moron rules, try harder to be relevant, dying elephant ! LMAOROTFY~! I'm comparing leadership and you're playing 7 year old games... Time for your nappy poo....
Fauch off and do not infest every Thread with your ignorant, off point comments.

Go seek the attentions of your Room mates at the asylum and stop bothering the grown ups.
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Dec 5, 2012
 
Good one, like the union leader for the Hostess bakers union that turned down the deal, now 18000 are out of work, and he is still going strong, probably gave himself a raise. You want to cherry pick examples of bad leadership and compare them to what again? How about Chicago politicians.........Rostenkows ki, Blagojavich, now Jesse Jackson Jr., etc. Seems like quite the crew there.

Murdoch gets to run News Corp because he owns it, like the Ford family still owns 60% of Ford. You don't like the way they are running things? Buy them out and run it your way.
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Yeah, I see you changed the point, guess you lost again... LMAOROTFU~! Union leadership got elected, don't like it, run against them.....

LEECHES ??? LMAOROTFU~!

Rupert Murdoch, News Corporation
Compensation:$29.3 million
Corporate profits:+18%
Stock gain/loss:+49%

News Corporation shares rose dramatically last year, but public confidence in the company that owns British tabloids, Fox News, and the Wall Street Journal plummeted. Starting last July, a series of investigations revealed that News Corp.'s tabloid, News of the World, had engaged in hacking private cellphones on a much wider scale than previously disclosed—and with the knowledge of senior News Corp. executives. The inquiries led to the shuttering of the tabloid, the resignation of Dow Jones CEO Les Hinton, and the arrest of three former high-level News of the World employees. Yet amid this imbroglio, News Corp. boosted Murdoch's salary by 75 percent. In May, a British parliamentary committee released a report concluding that Murdoch had "exhibited willful blindness to what was going on in his companies and publications" and was "not a fit person to exercise stewardship of a major company."
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Dec 5, 2012
 
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Yeah, I see you changed the point, guess you lost again... LMAOROTFU~! Union leadership got elected, don't like it, run against them.....
LEECHES ??? LMAOROTFU~!
Rupert Murdoch, News Corporation
Compensation:$29.3 million
Corporate profits:+18%
Stock gain/loss:+49%
News Corporation shares rose dramatically last year, but public confidence in the company that owns British tabloids, Fox News, and the Wall Street Journal plummeted. Starting last July, a series of investigations revealed that News Corp.'s tabloid, News of the World, had engaged in hacking private cellphones on a much wider scale than previously disclosed—and with the knowledge of senior News Corp. executives. The inquiries led to the shuttering of the tabloid, the resignation of Dow Jones CEO Les Hinton, and the arrest of three former high-level News of the World employees. Yet amid this imbroglio, News Corp. boosted Murdoch's salary by 75 percent. In May, a British parliamentary committee released a report concluding that Murdoch had "exhibited willful blindness to what was going on in his companies and publications" and was "not a fit person to exercise stewardship of a major company."
Murdoch owns the company, he can run it any way he wants within legal limits.

Union leaders got elected? They didn't even let the 5300 bakers union vote on whether to accept the 8% pay cut. Doesn't sound very democratic to me. Now that those 5300 aren't paying dues, unlikely they can vote the scoundrel out. It isn't all that democratic of representation, you have to pay dues to vote, and the union spends that money any way they see fit, including peddling influence.
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Yeah, I see you changed the point, guess you lost again... LMAOROTFU~! Union leadership got elected, don't like it, run against them.....
LEECHES ??? LMAOROTFU~!
Rupert Murdoch, News Corporation
Compensation:$29.3 million
Corporate profits:+18%
Stock gain/loss:+49%
News Corporation shares rose dramatically last year, but public confidence in the company that owns British tabloids, Fox News, and the Wall Street Journal plummeted. Starting last July, a series of investigations revealed that News Corp.'s tabloid, News of the World, had engaged in hacking private cellphones on a much wider scale than previously disclosed—and with the knowledge of senior News Corp. executives. The inquiries led to the shuttering of the tabloid, the resignation of Dow Jones CEO Les Hinton, and the arrest of three former high-level News of the World employees. Yet amid this imbroglio, News Corp. boosted Murdoch's salary by 75 percent. In May, a British parliamentary committee released a report concluding that Murdoch had "exhibited willful blindness to what was going on in his companies and publications" and was "not a fit person to exercise stewardship of a major company."
Your Welfare Benefits will pay to sustain you at the Seattle West Asylum. Now, Fauch off and do not infest every Thread with your ignorant, off point comments.

Go seek the attentions of your Room mates at the asylum and stop bothering the grown ups.
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<quoted text>Gee, not as much ALL together, as a typical CEO....
1 David M. Zaslav President & CEO Discovery Communications $7,799,258 $44,604,861 $52,404,119
2 H. Lawrence Culp, Jr. President & CEO Danaher $5,867,778 $15,782,339 $21,650,117
3 Wesley G. Bush Chairman, president & CEO Northrop Grumman $5,498,751 $15,467,524 $20,966,275
4 Robert J. Stevens Chairman & CEO Lockheed Martin $10,925,000 $9,613,981 $20,538,981
5 Richard D. Fairbank Chairman, president & CEO Capital One Financial $0 $18,663,450 $18,663,450
6 Jay L. Johnson Chairman & CEO General Dynamics $5,000,000 $11,058,080 $16,058,080
7 Malon Wilkus Chairman & CEO American Capital Agency $5,395,000 $7,751,334 $13,146,334
8 Allen F. Wise Chairman & CEO Coventry Health Care $3,000,000 $9,988,683 $12,988,683
9 Michael W. Laphen 1 Chairman, president & CEO Computer Sciences $2,421,692 $7,517,867 $9,939,559
10 W. Edward Walter President & CEO Host Hotels & Resorts $1,595,800 $8,325,109 $9,920,909
These people provide viably products and services for consumers that want them. If you don't like it then don't invest in them or work for them. Better yet go and start your own company. But we all know that you are too stupid and lazy to do that.

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