1. At This Company, The CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay

    At This Company, The CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay

    It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year. That's according to a new analysis of publicly reported compensation data by the AFL-CIO, the federation of unions...

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    1. If you compare that in 1980, it was 42 times the average worker and 107 times in 1990.
    2. The WW CEO pay ratio disclosed on April 5 is unusually high due to two factors.
    3. If you remove such one-time items from Ms. Grossman's compensation, her annual compensation would have been approximately $8.9 million.
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