Not from me, but from Breakingviews.com, which as a specialized business newsletter has more credibility than I do. Their site is subscription only, but the NY Times reprinted the letter here. The basic gist: hey CEOs, instead of paying obscene bonuses, you should use your current profits to build strong balance sheets so the taxpayers don’t need to bail you out again.
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I guess I’m not the only one who thinks money should be used to make more money instead of going out the door to pay insane bonuses.