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New SEC Rule Could Make Life Awkward for CEOs

The SEC has adopted a rule that requires public companies to publish the ratio of their CEOs’ pay to employees’ median pay, a move that will undoubtedly spur lots of uncomfortable conversations about the ever-growing compensation gap in the US. Fifty years ago, the ratio of CEO-to-worker pay was around 20-to-1, according to the Economic Policy Institute. In 2013, it was 295.1-to-1. This rule is a potential step toward containing the further growth of that gulf...

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