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Raise taxes on companies with high CEO-to-worker pay ratios

Robert Reich, professor of public policy | April 22, 2014

Until the 1980s, corporate CEOs were paid, on average, 30 times what their typical worker was paid. Since then, CEO pay has skyrocketed to 280 times the pay of a typical worker; in big companies, to 354 times. Meanwhile, over the same thirty-year time span the median American worker has seen no pay increase at … Continue reading »