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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway enjoyed a $24.1 billion return in 2012, but the world's most famous investor isn't happy with his company's performance.
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Following former Groupon CEO Andrew Mason's resignation/termination, corporate chief executives' performances are undergoing even greater scrutiny. Here's 1o areas where the pressure is on.
Groupon CEO Andrew Mason was fired. Instead of giving the normal, boiler plate remarks about "leaving for the good of the company" or "being closer to my family" or whatever, he did this.
John Mackey at a libertarian conference explained, “The recent recession was blamed on greedy financial corporations, deregulation, and capitalism, rather than on bad government."