With the financial crisis showing no signs of recovery many are worried about employment, job security, investments, and the overall economy. With the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings, the buyout of Merrill Lynch along with several other Wall Street firms, and the government bailout of American International Group, many are beginning to reevaluate and question Wall Street and the executives that run the corporations. While the Bush administration was proposing a $700 billion bailout plan, investors began to point fingers at the wealthy corporate executives that pocketed millions of dollars while the companies they worked for crumbled. Although there are several factors that played a part in the Wall Street crisis, investors are lining up to sue the executives with the deep pockets. Two major issue at the center of heated discussion are: fiduciary duty and executive compensation.