Median Pay for CEOS Skyrockets to More Than $10M

Average Salary of CEOS at large public companies is now 257 times higher than what the average employee earns.
1:12 | 05/27/14

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Our "Instant index" tonight starts with a tough disparity for American workers. We learned that the median pay for an American CEO has sky-rocketed more than $10 million which is a new record. Risen by the rise in stock. 257 times what the average employee erns. President George W. Bush has joined a new club. Had a partial knee replacement over the weekend and said to attack a flight of stairs just hours after the procedure. He's home and recovering quickly. The moment on the baseball field that separated men from the moms. Watch this at the game last night. His bat crack and flies into the stands. The man on the left ducks and the mom on the right reaches up and grabs the bat. Watch again. Look behind her. A toddler saved by her raw talent. She's glad everyone was impressed by her reflexes but happy the child didn't get hurt.

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