CEOs Fill Their Pockets


A new study from the Institute for Policy Studies shows that CEOs (Chief Executive Officer, or the person in charge of a company) who laid off the most workers during the financial crisis were paid the most. The average income for CEOs in 2009 was more than double the 1990s average and four times that of what CEOs were paid in the 1980s.

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