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A Disney heiress told Congress that Bob Iger’s huge salary is a ‘moral issue.’ Here’s how CEO earnings at companies like Netfl...
Check out which 25 CEOs have earned a salary that's higher than expected given shareholder return, according to a report from As You Sow.
Abigail Disney called CEO Bob Iger’s $65 million pay ‘insane,’ but it’s only about half what the top CEO made last year
The highest-paid CEOs of 2018 include Discovery's David Zaslav and Disney's Bob Iger. Abigail Disney criticized Iger's pay in a recent Twitter thread.
Schwartz lost out on the position of CEO of Goldman Sachs a year ago in a heated race which saw him lose out to now CEO David Solomon.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett's salary rose by over a million dollars last year despite the automaker's poor results and job cuts in Europe.
Some fast-food CEOs make hundreds of times as much as the average worker. Here’s how the biggest names stack up.
Fast-food CEOs have been slammed for making exponentially more than workers at their companies.
A $57 million pay dispute sees Andrea Orcel get dumped as new Santander CEO before even getting started
The Spanish banking giant said that the level of compensation that was required to hire Andrea Orcel was "unacceptable."
Trump was reportedly shocked to learn his top military officer doesn’t make millions — here’s why generals make fractions of CEOs...
The president guessed that the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff earns $5 million a year. He was way off.
A new study found CEOs at America’s biggest companies raked in $19 million on average last year, while workers’ pay barely budged
A new study by the Economic Policy Institute found that CEO compensation jumped 17.6% in 2017, while compensation for the average worker increased just 0.3% from the year before. CEO compensation has outpaced the stock market, worker pay, and even incomes for the top 0.1% over the past 30 years.
Claire's, the iconic teen jewelry and accessories retailer known for its ear-piercing services, filed for bankruptcy protection in March and announced it would be closing 92 stores across the United States.
The CEO of a British property company earned £47 million last year — more than JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs’ CEOs combined
Fairburn's payout came despite a scandal over the huge earnings of senior staff at the property developer.