1. WASHINGTON POST: "Of last year’s 100 highest-paid corporate executives in the United States, 25 earned more in pay than their company recorded as a tax expense in 2010. Those 25 firms reported average global profits of $1.9 billion. Among the 25 were Verizon, Bank of New York Mellon, General Electric, Boeing and eBay." →

    inothernews:

    Yes, by all means, let’s continue to give corporations and the wealthiest tax breaks.  Because they’re creating jobs with all that cheddar.

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