Gongol.com Archives: April 2014
"The corporate meritocrat has become a new class of aristocrat"
It's a problem for shareholders, who are basically getting extorted by executives. It's hard to imagine paying one person $13.9 million a year (per the "Equilar 100 CEO Pay Study" of the 100 highest-paid American CEOs of publicly-traded companies) and thinking you're getting more value than you would from the ideas and work of 70 people, each being paid a cool $200,000 each.
It's time to give serious thought to signing up for two-step verifications online
How to super-pack: 10 days' worth into a carry-on
No surprise: A flight attendant knows best
A statistical analysis of Bob Ross paintings
Totally unnecessary, but then there are those happy little clouds...
That's not Omaha
Proving once again that we really are nothing more than "flyover country" to some people on the coasts, a CBS graphic shows Omaha where Kansas City...or Topeka, maybe?...should be