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Why The International Olympic Committee Should Start an Olympic Compensation Program

A blog entry written last year by Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, highlighted some interesting statistics regarding the International Olympic Committee’s revenues. On average, the IOC generates annual revenue of approximately $1.4 billion. 772 more words

Capitalism

Contractor fined after falling fence injures pedestrian

A contractor has been fined after a pensioner was seriously injured when a metal construction fence collapsed and knocked her to the ground as she walked past a building site in south east London. 247 more words

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Stock options: it's back to the '90s.

From Bill Gurley to Marc Andreesen, Silicon Valley’s smartest are asking if we’re in round two of the dotcom bubble. Many things are different this time around. 1,533 more words

Finance

The Highest-Paying Programming Languages You Should Learn, Ranked By Salary

Based on that data, here are programming languages listed next to their average annual salary from lowest to highest:

12. PERL – $82,513

11. SQL – $85,511… 52 more words

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Morgan Stanley Will Pay Advisors Less Now and More Later

The annual wirehouse  payout tweaking ritual has begun. Morgan Stanley kicked off the festivities this week by announcing that its 2015 grid will boost the amount of broker compensation that the firm defers. 122 more words

New Article: "When California Blames Victims" - East Bay Express

When California Blames Victims – By Sam Levin

Under a proposed state policy, women who face brutal acts of violence can be denied financial aid due to their involvement in sex work.

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Compensation

Revisiting alternative compensation models for newish attorneys

I’m on record as against what I called “alternative compensation models” which is sometimes referred to as production-based compensation. This is apparently a topic I am destined to revisit as I continue to think my way through the issue. 264 more words