Corpocracy. How CEOs and the Business Roundtable Hijacked the World's Greatest Wealth Machine -- And How to Get It Back

  • ID: 2242664
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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"A very, very important book."

Paula Gordonhost, thePaula Gordon Show

Corporate governance expert Robert Monks takes on the country′s biggest mega–corporations in this devastating account of corporate greed. Hugely inflated CEO salaries and bonuses and the wholesale exclusion of shareholders from governance of the companies they own are only symptoms of a far greater threat to democratic society: corporate takeover of the political process. Monks, a venture capitalist and member of several boards, shows how we can right the capitalist ship before it′s too late and restore the essential character of the companies that made America great.

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Preface.

Acknowledgments.

Definition.

Chapter 1: An Audience with the Emperor.

Chapter 2: Economics Ascendant.

Chapter 3: The Godfather.

Chapter 4: The Business Roundtable.

Chapter 5: Inside the Corpocracy.

Chapter 6: House Take.

Chapter 7: Efficiences "R" Us.

Chapter 8: Return of the Blob.

Chapter 9: The Great and the Good.

Chapter 10: Still, I Dare to Dream.

Appendix.

Notes.

Index.

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