Fifth & Pacific – Liz Claibourne to those of us old enough to remember – just restructured, changed its name again, and let its CEO go. But the parachute was unnecessary. See why here:

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2014/01/14/the-225-million-question-was-fifth-pacifics-ceo-fi.aspx

Deciding to write about Time Warner Cable’s rejection of Charter Communications bid I thought I was just going to have a rant about the infamous John Malone, but then I checked out TWC’s board and it was even worse than Liberty Media’s!

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2014/01/14/time-warner-cable-rejects-charter-bid.aspx?source=isesitlnk0000001&mrr=1.00

 
 
While Electronic Arts may have an incentive plan that could inspire executives to artificially boost stock price, that is not the case at two of its rivals – Take-Two Interactive and Activision.

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2014/01/10/are-ea-executives-too-focused-on-stock-price.aspx

 
 
This is the second in a series of five articles, covering the top five highest paid CEOs in the US. Number two in the list is Richard Kinder, CEO of Kinder Morgan  (NYSE: KMI ) , who made $1.1 billion (and again, as with the number one spot Facebook, that's not a spelling mistake, I did mean billion) in fiscal 2012, the latest year for which figures are available.

The parallels between Mark Zuckerberg and Kinder are remarkable. Like the co-founder of Facebook, Richard Kinder is also the co-founder of his company Kinder Morgan. And pay is not the only issue at Kinder Morgan; in fact, it's not really an issue at all. Again, like Facebook, there are issues with control at Kinder Morgan – though these issues are improving – and, like the billions "earned" by Zuckerberg, this compensation for Mr. Kinder is not really pay at all, it is simply a return on investment.

Read the full analysis by BHJ Partners' Paul Hodgson here.