“For the first time in decades, capitalism’s future is a subject of debate among presidential hopefuls and a source of growing angst for America’s business elite. In places such as Silicon Valley, the slopes of Davos, Switzerland, and the halls of Harvard Business School, there is a sense that the kind of capitalism that once made America an economic envy is responsible for the growing inequality and anger that is tearing the country apart.” WaPo: Capitalism in crisis: U.S. billionaires worry about the survival of the system that made them rich.

+ Bob Iger’s “compensation was 1,424 times that of the median Disney employee. For Abigail Disney, granddaughter of Disney cofounder Roy Disney, that level of pay is ‘insane.’ Moreover, she says, executive pay at that level has ‘had a corrosive effect on society.'”