Perhaps Phil Gramm could run a telethon to support ex-executives shamed for their fat retirement packages.
By 2017, U.S. corporations will have to start disclosing the ratio between what their CEOs and typical workers take home.
Instead of letting chummy corporate boards and consultants set CEO pay, workers should vote on it themselves.
Many corporations are paying their CEOs more than they pay the Treasury.
With middle-class net worth crumbling, the Forbes 400 grow wealthier than ever.
The nation's largest full-service restaurant chain is sending three top executives off with $68 million while paying workers $2.13 per hour.
Rather than urge guests to leave bigger tips and thank you notes, Marriott should pay its housekeepers a living wage.
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, your premiums are now guaranteed to pay for health care instead of executives' yachts.