The Cost of High Pay

W. W.
September 2016
Dollars & Sense;Sep/Oct2016, Issue 326, p4
The article discusses results of a survey conducted by private research firm Equilar Inc., which reveals the increase in wage for chief executive officers (CEO) among business firms in the U.S. as of 2015.


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