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omment is free 'In corrupt systems, decent people have two options: conform or be crushed' According to Vince Cable, the emergence of a new breed of 'decent' bankers will guard against further financial outrages. But until we recognise that the system itself is flawed, banks will go on turning ordinary workers into shameless shysters and get-rich-quick merchants Share150   Email Fintan O'Toole The Observer, Saturday 30 June 2012 21.00 BST Jump to comments (85) Allied Irish Bank, where whistle-blowers were either dismissed or marginalised. Photograph: Peter Morrison/AP Spivs! Wideboys! Riverboat gamblers! Snakeoil salesmen! Calling the shysters by their proper names is satisfying – and it may be the only satisfaction the public will get. But it is also, oddly enough, rather naive. For it assumes that better, more decent people wouldn't end up manipulating interest rates or mis-selling financial products. All the evidence from the many scandals of recent years is that...
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Grab a Box of Tissues everyone.   This video really pulls at your heart strings... Bank CEO Defends his pay The typical CEO is taking home almost 100 times what the average worker gets paid, unions say.   The Australian Council of Trade Unions report on remuneration paid to CEOs in listed companies showed that the gap is widening between what bosses pay themselves and what they pay their employees.   ACTU president Ged Kearney said the Executive PayWatch 2010 report highlighted the blatant hypocrisy of big business executives in pushing for industrial relations deregulation.   The numbers in this report tell a story of greed and inequality," Ms Kearney said. Advertisement "They show that after a brief hiatus in 2008 and 2009, the pay packets of company executives are again rising sharply.   "Ridiculously high salaries and unwarranted bonuses contributed to the financial meltdown by encouraging executives to take risks...
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