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Topic - Jerry Jasinowski
With corporate profits at the end of last year hitting a record high 11 percent of economic output even as middle-class wages stagnate, Jerry Jasinowski, former president of the National Association of Manufacturers, said corporate America is starting to look like Disney's stingy character Scrooge McDuck.
That fabled money bin just keeps growing," while companies listed in the S&P 500 index have been increasing investment in their businesses by only 0.8 percent a year, he said.