CEO cash pay: What boom?

September 1990
Corporate Board;Sep/Oct90, Vol. 11 Issue 64, p25
Trade Publication
Compares the compensation received by top executives of American corporations in 1969-1981 and in 1934-1939. Average assets of the corporations studied; Link between salaries of chief executive officers and the average wage paid to subordinates.


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