Salary of Top American Executives Up 23 Percent in 2010

While the recovery remains stubbornly slow, with 14 million people still looking for work, things are definitely looking up for those few at the very top of the economic ladder. CEO pay went up an average of 23 percent in 2010, while wages for rest of us rose a meager one-half-percent, according to a new report prepared for the New York Times. The report, which was prepared for the New York Times by Equilar, an executive compensation data firm, found that the median CEO salary was $10.8...Full Story
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