CEOs Are Overpaid for Luck, Economist Bertrand Says

Aug. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Marianne Bertrand, a professor at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, talks with Bloomberg's Steve Matthews about her research into the compensation of chief executive officers. In a 2001 paper based on her work as a Ph.D. candidate at Harvard University, the 43-year-old labor economist documented that CEOs at U.S. oil companies got raises when their company’s fortunes improved because of changes in global oil prices beyond their control. (Source: Bloomberg)

Creating a One-Stop Shop for A.I. Integration
59:25 - Businesses of all stripes are doing their best to integrate big data, artificial intelligence and machine learning into their workflows. Optix Solutions is trying to take the stress out of the transition. Globalive Chairman Anthony Lacavera asks Spencer Fung, founder and CEO of Optix Solutions, about the objective behind the company. (Source: Bloomberg)
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