... It s sounding more and more like I need to get a copy of Gautam s book… Dave _______________________________________________Message 1 of 48 , Nov 19, 2012View SourceOn Nov 19, 2012, at 8:11 AM, Dan Minette wrote:
> Gautam's book may prove unpopular with CEOs because it shows that a filteredIt's sounding more and more like I need to get a copy of Gautam's book…
> leader is not that unique, there are many other candidates who would make
> the same decision. This would indicate that there is no business basis to
> pay, for example, Apple's new CEO a 600 million bonus, other contenders for
> his job would have done just as well. Steve Jobs is different, he's an
> unfiltered leader. But, he started Apple, and if he failed, then a small
> company would have failed...as probably many small computer companies failed
> in the '70s, and many Internet companies failed in the late '90s and early
... Would you be referring to the study published by Bauman and Rose in 2011? http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167268111000746Message 48 of 48 , Nov 24, 2012View SourceOn Sat, Nov 24, 2012 at 12:27 PM, Kevin O'Brien <zwilnik@...> wrote:
> I also note in passing that a study done a few years agoWould you be referring to the study published by Bauman and Rose in 2011?
> about charitable giving found that economists were the stingiest group in
> the study, which I found not at all surprising.