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"Stuff CEOs with cash and bring back the corporate jets and country club memberships. That's the message of new research coming out of Columbia Business School. The study measured the likelihood of default in 117 banks and other financial institutions from 1998 to 2008. Turns out, the companies that paid executives in shares and stock options were more likely to go bust than those that simply doled out bonuses in cash." [FINS]

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