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Fact of the Week

Fact of the Week

From 1999 to 2001, the chief executives officers at major American corporations had compensation equal to over 270 times that of an average worker. In other words, they made more in one working day than the average worker earned in a year. In 1965, by contrast, the average CEO earned 26 times that of an average worker.

Source: Economic Policy Institute, 24 July 2002.

This week's columns

Delay(ed) Reaction
Paul Corrigan

When it comes to corrupt corporate kingpins, Republicans feel politically vulnerable but not responsible.

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Outsource the Executive Suite
Tim Francis-Wright

If moving mundane tasks abroad in search of cheap labor is a good idea, why not do the same for management instead?

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