Randall Stephenson

CEOs Who Laid Off More Got Paid 42% More Money

CEOs who cut the most jobs during the recession earned an average of 42% more than their S&P 500 peers, according to a study by the Institute for Policy Studies. Top execs at the 50 firms that laid off the most workers since the economic crisis began averaged nearly $12 million in 2009.

AT&T looks beyond Apple's iPhone

AT&T (T) has had a rash of problems since it partnered with Apple (AAPL) and began selling the iPhone two years ago. The cause of the rash is...