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Watch Me Tonight on 20/20

posted by Nell Minow

I’ll be on 20/20 tonight with John Stossel talking about my other job — combating corporate misbehavior and especially overpaid corporate CEOs. Tune in!
20/20 - EPISODE: 240 ( Episode 240) at LocateTV.com



  • iorek

    I will watch!

  • Scott

    I watched the 20/20 episode about corporate “excess”, but didn’t see you. Were you on the final edited version? Maybe I just didn’t know your face. I heard you in the morning of the airing on Jeff & Jer (San Diego)…keep up the good fight. Where can I get more info on the corporate executive compensation? Interesting that they always justified their excessive pay by stating “look how much money we made for our shareholders”…based on this thinking, shouldn’t they be giving much of that money back now?

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    Thanks, Scott! Yes, I was on, and last night I was on the Lehrer Newshour with more of a chance to explain my position. You can read the transcript here: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/business/jan-june09/exec_comp_01-30.html and you will see that I agree with you about their obligation to give the money back.
    If you want more information on executive compensation issues, you can go to my company’s website and download the testimony I delivered to Congressional and Senate committees last year. http://www.thecorporatelibrary.com

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