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Episode 119: How did CEO pay get so bloated?

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Dec 20, 2017

(U.S. Edition) After a procedural snafu, House Republicans will have to vote on the $1.5 trillion tax bill again. But Senate Republicans are already celebrating after their vote. On today's show, we'll discuss what this new tax system will mean…

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(U.S. Edition) After a procedural snafu, House Republicans will have to vote on the $1.5 trillion tax bill again. But Senate Republicans are already celebrating after their vote. On today’s show, we’ll discuss what this new tax system will mean for big banks. Afterwards, we’ll look at how a business article from almost a quarter century ago can inform workplace culture. Kathleen Reardon, a USC professor, wrote a piece for the Harvard Business Review called “The Memo Every Woman Keeps in Her Desk,” which explores how women should address the issue of sexism at the office.