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    1. The 25 CEOs Whose Pay is Most Wildly Out of Sync With Their Company's Performance

      The 25 CEOs Whose Pay is Most Wildly Out of Sync With Their Company's Performance
      • Check out which 25 CEOs on the S&P 500 earn a salary that's higher than expected, given shareholder return.
      • The list appears in a report from As You Sow, a nonprofit focused on shareholder advocacy.
      • As You Sow also calculated the ratio of CEO pay to median employee pay.
      • Ronald F. Clarke, CEO of Fleetcor Technologies Inc., took the top spot: He makes about $53 million a year, which means he's overpaid by 263%.

      Most CEOs make a lot of money. No surprise there...

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      Mentions: AMP Oracle Disney
    2. Women CEOs are More Likely to be Dismissed, Even When The Company is Doing Well

      Women CEOs are More Likely to be Dismissed, Even When The Company is Doing Well
      • Women CEOs are 45% more likely to be dismissed than men CEOs, a new study finds.
      • Even when a firm is performing well, women are more likely to be dismissed from the CEO position.
      • The researchers think that may be the result of implicit gender bias.

      Women who sit at the top of the corporate hierarchy have, presumably, shattered a piece of the proverbial glass ceiling.

      But research suggests that even women CEOs may still face obstacles to success...

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    3. At $49 Billion Company Essilor, Employees are the Largest Shareholders — and The CEO Says That's the Best Way To Do It

      At $49 Billion Company Essilor, Employees are the Largest Shareholders — and The CEO Says That's the Best Way To Do It
      • The Essilor Group, an ophthalmics company based in France, has an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP). Its employees are its largest group of shareholders.
      • All employees, regardless of seniority, are eligible to purchase shares, and Essilor matches the investments up to a certain amount.
      • Employees can also vote on company decisions through the employee shareholder association.
      • Other companies, like Sears, have adopted ESOPs in the past — but it's not for every organization...
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