Friday, May 25, 2018

Ho Hum

2017 was another year in which CEOs of public companies made just a little more than the typical employee - like 275 times as much, on average. It was a good year as the median pay for the 200 highest-paid chief executives was $17.5 million, and they received an average raise of 14 percent, compared with 9 percent in 2016 and 5 percent the year before that.

For the first time, two chief executives on the list were awarded more than $100 million each. Hock Tan of Broadcom received $103.2 million, while Frank Bisignano of First Data earned $102.2 million. 

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