In 1914, a business executive named Henry Ford did a startling thing: He announced that he was going to more than double the wages he was paying his employees. The country was as shocked by this then as it would be today.
Last year, 24/7 Wall St. put together a list of CEOs who need to retire, basing its judgment on quarterly earnings, stock price, and innovation. Now, with most large public companies having reported their second quarter results, 24/7 is back with a list of nine CEOs who are performing so poorly that they ought to be removed immediately. Read on to find out who, and why.