The debate over bailing out Wall Street and voters’ rancor over the finance world’s famously well-paid chief executives have placed a megawatt spotlight on executive compensation, with even the pay policies of publicly owned restaurant companies coming under scrutiny.The clamor of calls to ensure that executives at failed financial firms do not walk off with fat paychecks at taxpayer expense could add substantial momentum to a movement toward curbs on pay deals of all kinds.“Say on pay” ...

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