LA Business Journal says Joe Z. made $15 million last year. He made $20 million the year before. Brother Mario never made that kind of money. I guess he wasn't as good as Joe Z. at cutting staff and benefits
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I still can’t believe the way they treated my fallen brothers. So sad, miss my brothers everyday at Molina towers. Let’s all have a c---tail on the 4th my brothers. Best of luck to all.
Who cares? How about the members who are getting services delayed and the providers who are getting claims denied. Bet they care. I bet the employees who are afraid of getting laid off care.
Profit maximization was never the be all, end all of Dr. C David’s vision. And the company was profitable when the Board fired our brothers.
This is why people all calling to get rid of private health insurance. Profit shouldn’t come before people
Agree with last, who cares. You really won’t care anyway when we get to August
Who cares! We know he is making the money but he is also making the company profitable!
Our fallen brothers must be shaking their heads. Unbelievable what has happened to them and this company. Pray for them. And pray for those who are still drinking grape kool aid from the chalice.
I passed JZ the other week at Corp. He doesn’t seem personable, or is it me? It was like if I stopped breathing in front of him he would keep walking. Funny enough, he was headed to the restroom, probably to do an inspection to see if staff is still c-apping on the floors and walls.
Touched by your comments. This is the difference in those that only wish to enrich versus those that value their ability to positively impact others.
I can’t believe they did this to my falling brothers. My brothers were in the trenches for years, building the company and opportunities for all. Please pray for our fallen brothers. God bless Molina.
That is so embarrassing. We represent the poor. A lot are homeless and don't even know where there next meal is coming from.
I think our founding father would be rolling in his grave. It was not about money and stockholders. It was about getting care for those who needed it.