Lonely but Lucrative at the Top

Rainey, James
April 2016
Variety;4/26/2016, Vol. 331 Issue 14, p34
Trade Publication
The article reports on the income inequality in the U.S. which highlights the income differences of entertainment industry chief executive officers (CEOs) compared to median pay workers. Prominent companies are found to pay CEOs much more than average workers based on the study of compensation research firms PayScale and Equilar in 2016. The increase of CEO compensations in 2014 and the executive compensations of CEOs David Zaslav and Philippe Dauman as of 2015 are also mentioned.


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