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"The CEO gets paid $1.9 million so he isn't feeling any pain."

I'm wondering about this with my other speculative companies, too. Why worry about the rest of the shareholders when you can make millions each year? How many people would retire after making that much once? Hardly a hardship position. Yet, how low do we go to inspire more active management? No clear answer. In the meantime, languishing and hoping customers prompt action.
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