Hillary Clinton calls out CEOs for short-term thinking. Is she right?

By Mark Trumbull

“Back in the heyday of the long bull market in American stocks, one idea reigned supreme in corner offices and corporate boardrooms: CEOs could and should be measured by their ability to maximize “shareholder value.” The chief executive officer was to be paid largely in stock, and a company’s daily share price was a perpetual gauge of success or failure.”

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