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JetBlue CEO Marty St. George Talks About the Challenges of Cutting Costs

In a recent issue of The Wall Street Journal, Marty St. George talks about the hard decisions he’s had to make to get JetBlue profitable. Cutting legroom, charging for bags. Analyst reports in the media of these events have hurt the brand’s street cred with customers, but he’s not worried, he tells the Journal. “I think that will be a non-issue once people see ...

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The Connection Between Culture and Success

Creating a winning baseball team like the San Francisco Giants, 2014's World Series Champions, is more than simply securing good players. It is, after all, a business, and there is a profit that needs to be made after paying for operational expenses. So it's not surprising to hear Larry Baer, CEO of the San Francisco Giants franchise, talk in The Wall Street Journal about the business of running a baseball franchise.

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Another CEO to Take a Pay Cut

Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat received a roughly 10% pay cut in his total compensation package, according to Reuters. His annual salary has been cut to $13.1 million in 2014 from $14.5 million, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing on Friday.

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