President Bill Clinton veered sharply off message Thursday, telling CNN that Mitt Romney's business record at Bain Capital was "sterling."
A "sterling" record at a private equity firm is hardly a ringing endorsement for POTUS in spite of how you may want to spin this story from the status quo media (CNN & Politico). Then again, Clinton is a big supporter of free trade, so maybe there's more to this story.
The Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 requires corporations to disclose their CEO-to-median worker pay ratio, but that information is still being hidden from workers, shareholders, and the American public.That's why the AFL-CIO, MoveOn.org, CREDO Action, and other groups delivered a massive petition to the Securities and Exchange Commission last week.
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