1 Obscene Statistic Helps Explain Why Income Inequality Is So Bad
Chief executives certainly have demanding jobs ― requiring long
hours, boorish appearances on CNBC and earnest declarations of their
social commitment ― but are these positions 276 times as hard as ours? In 2015, the average chief executive at the largest corporations in
the U.S. earned 276 times what a typical worker made ― about $15
million, a new paper from the Economic Policy Institute reports. Read more...
The comments to this piece are particularly unanimous. How do these guys spend the money they steal from us? where does the money go or sit?