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Suck It, Frank, The Safecracker Was Here First

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"I don't think our government should set caps on compensation," Geithner said in an appearance at the National Press Club today in Washington. Instead, the government should lay out constraints on the incentives provided by compensation plans, so that executives aren't paid to take excessive short- term risk, he said.

You tell 'em, Safecracker!
Geithner Says Government Shouldn't Cap Executive Compensation [Bloomberg]


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