MetLife trims compensation for CEO, CFO in year marked by errors
MetLife Inc reduced total 2017 compensation for its chief executive and chief financial officer, a year marked by two key errors, including payments it failed to make to pensioners whom it could not locate, according to a filing on Thursday.
The office of Cybersecurity Coordinator was implemented to help protect America from a burgeoning set of threats including electronic terrorism, ransomware, and weaponized AI. Unfortunately it was put in place by president Barrack Obama’s administration. While we can’t be sure that fact is related, we do know president Donald Trump signed an executive order to get rid of the position last week. The White House said it was redundant, and expressed confidence that National Security Advisor John Bolton could fill the role without the title. But perhaps John Bolton’s skill set doesn’t overlap with any of the necessary credentials most… This story continues at The Next Web