Tuesday, June 17, 2014

CEO Pay So High Because of Greed or Dodd-Frank.

While a top CEO's annual pay package may still be an unfathomable amount of money for most people, defenders of this recent increase in pay think anger toward it is misguided. They say that it is largely the result of a healthy stock market and also point to the fact that a large majority of shareholders, those who want to avoid losing money on poorly performing executives, approve of how much their companies' CEOs are making.

Interesting article, plus the claim that relative to other 1 percenters, CEO pay has not changed much in the last 20 years

For more information - The Reason CEO Pay Is So High Right Now Has Little To Do With Greed


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