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President Barack Obama (credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

President Obama To Return 5 Percent Of Salary To Treasury

A White House official said Obama decided to return part of his salary each month for the rest of the year to share in the sacrifice that government employees are making.

04/03/2013

The Assembly Chamber In Albany (credit:  Daniel Barry/Getty Images)

New York State Legislators Eye Hiking Pay To Possibly More Than $100K Per Year

They already make more money then lawmakers in 47 other states. And now New York State’s part-time legislators are reportedly trying to give themselves a big raise.

06/18/2012

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School District Sues Superintendent Over Alleged Salary Overpayments

The district seeks the return of $37,733.73 in its lawsuit, which is tentatively scheduled to be heard on June 18.

03/25/2012

Billy Hunter, President of the NBA Players Association and NBA commissioner David Stern. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

Union’s Hunter ’99 Percent Sure’ NBA Lockout Looms

NBA players’ association executive director Billy Hunter said Monday he is “99 percent sure” there will be a player strike next summer.

WFAN–11/23/2010

The Flip Play (Photo by Eric Risberg, AP)

Sweeny Says: A Decade With Derek

There have been 21 contracts valued at $100 million or higher, and of those it’s hard to argue that many of them turned out better than Derek Jeter’s just completed 10-year, $189 million dollar deal.

WFAN–11/04/2010

Can money buy happiness?

Study: Can Money Buy Happiness?

You’ve heard it a thousand times: Money can’t buy happiness. So why do so many people continue to try and accumulate riches? New studies examine the correlation between big bucks and bliss.

CBS 2–10/12/2010

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Salary Of Clarkstown, N.Y.’s Top Cop More Than $300,000

According to a new report, Clarkstown Police Chief Peter Noonan is the highest paid municipal employee in New York State.

08/27/2010

A woman is working at a computer.

Gender Equality? Women Still Paid Less Than Men

What price equality? When it comes to salaries between men and women in New York – and nationwide – it’s hardly a case of “separate but equal.”

08/11/2010