I've always wondered...
Most Americans think that CEO compensation is too high.
Not so much, says one study that tracked the performance and pay of 800 CEOs in the U.S.
CEOs made 276 times more than a typical worker in 2015. And, that’s actually a lower ratio than the year before.
Switzerland recently toyed with the idea of capping CEO pay at 12 times the amount of the lowest-paid worker.
JCPenney cut a top executive's salary by more than 96 percent. Other corporate boards also took a whack this week at poor performers. The curious case of executives who know they're not doing well, but keep working anyway.