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  • Warren Buffett's performance vs. pay ratio, already enormous by Corporate America's standards, got even more impressive in 2007. In a SEC filing ahead of Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting in early May, the company lists an annual salary of $100,000 for its Chairman and CEO.

  • So says the CEO in an interview with Cramer. Find out why.

  • Shareholders want Michael Ward out. The question is, why? Is being near the top of the S&P 500 not enough for them?

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    This St. Patrick's Day morning several analysts are out with their official takes on Genentech's investor meeting last Friday and of the half dozen or so I've seen so far, I'd say the reaction is definitely mixed. I also wanted to throw in a few more notable quotables from CEO Art Levinson at the Friday presentation.

  • From harsh criticism of the Federal Reserve in the United States to the MIPIM real estate conference in Cannes, the week was filled with compelling video. But only seven made the cut.

  • Three days before announcing that Bear Stearns' financial situation had substantially worsenend, chief executive Alan Schwartz told CNBC he is not aware of any imminent threat to the Wall Street investment bank's liquidity.

  • Aquiring some of the worst loans in California, Florida and other struggling states would boost the rest of the country – and the market.

  • Chief executives of two of the nation's largest companies say focusing on environmental challenges is good business.

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    Last year Genentech shares traded as high as nearly 88 dollars, but ended 2007 around 67 bucks. But according to the company's new proxy statement all of Genentech's top-tier executives saw their total compensation go up.

  • Northrop Grumman CEO Ronald Sugar says his company plans to build four factories in the United States as part of a partnership with European Aeronautic Defence and Space (EADS).

  • The last week has seen the Fed throw more money at the banking system -- and the markets have apparently shrugged-off the positives. After a brief flattening in the Treasury curve, the markets returned to their default view that the Fed has lost control of the situation and credit market distress is the most important story in the room.

  • The subprime crisis may have wiped billions of dollars off the value of global real estate markets, but it is much easier to make money in today's market than a year ago, the joint CEO of RREEF Europe told Reuters.

  • Finally, a stock that touches on three key trends: animal feed, biofuel and the environment.

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    CEO Linda McMahon explains why her company's a true intercontinental champion.

  • You figured the automakers would eventually scream "UNCLE!" I'm not sure it's a scream, but it's more than just a whisper. One thing is clear: the automakers are once again turning to 0 percent financing to spur sales that are stalling.

  • The chief executive of Bear Stearns  told CNBC that despite recent market volatility, he is not aware of any imminent threat to the Wall Street investment bank's liquidity.

  • Everyone's favorite small-cap biotech put out a press release this morning, announcing that the Food and Drug Administration has agreed to change the Special Protocol Assessment (SPA) for Dendreon's Provenge.

  • The president and chief executive of the Walt Disney Company says his company is not recession-proof, but it is positioned well enough to avoid being badly hurt in an downturn.

  • Billionaire Alfred Mann must not have liked watching stock in the company bearing his name fall to another new low today in the wake of Eli Lilly giving up on inhaled insulin.