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Martin Rosenbaum's Article "CEO Smackdown II?" Featured in Minneapolis Star Tribune
March 16, 2009
An article by Martin Rosenbaum, member of Maslon's Business and Securities Group and President of the Twin Cities Chapter of the National Association of Stock Plan Professionals, was featured in the March 16, 2009, edition of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Rosenbaum's article, "CEO Smackdown II?," appears in the Business Forum section and examines the implications of the new restrictions on the compensation of financial services executives imposed by Congress in the recent stimulus bill.

Rosenbaum states, "It's no surprise that the new legislation significantly restricts executive pay. In both the bipartisan bailout package passed last fall and the recent stimulus bill, compensation limits seemed to be one of the few areas of common ground between Republicans and Democrats."

To view the full article, go to: CEO Smackdown II?

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