Greece's Opap Profitable Regardless of Owner: CEO

Nov. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Constantine Louropoulos, chief executive officer of Opap SA, Greece's largest listed gambling company, talks about the Greek economy and the government's plan to sell a 33% stake in the company. He speaks from Athens with Guy Johnson on Blooomberg Television's "The Pulse." (Source: Bloomberg)
Buybacks Mean Paychecks for CEOs
24:42 - 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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