Fannie's Future: Interview With CEO Mayopoulos

April 12 (Bloomberg) -- After a $116-billion dollar bailout, is Fannie Mae poised to pay taxpayers back? In an exclusive interview on Bloomberg Government's "Capitol Gains," Peter Cook talks with Fannie Mae President and CEO Tim Mayopoulos about the company's return to record profits and what that means for taxpayers investment. Mayopoulos also discusses the need for Congress and the administration to come up with an overhaul of the nation's housing finance system. (Source: Bloomberg)
Buybacks Mean Paychecks for CEOs
23:19 - Dividend payments and stock buybacks are reaching record highs in corporate America, and while both reward shareholders, at some companies, returning cash to investors can mean a boost to the CEO's pay. Bloomberg's Alex Barinka explains why many chief executive officers have an added incentive to spur short-term returns. (Source: Bloomberg)
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