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    1. Top Canadian CEOs made more than 200 times average worker — study

      Top Canadian CEOs made more than 200 times average worker — study

      Top Canadian CEOs made more than 200 times average worker — study Wednesday, January 03, 2018 Tweet MONTREAL, Canada (AFP) — Canada's 100 highest paid CEOs made more than 200 times the income of the ordinary worker in 2016, raking in an average Can$10.4 million (US$8.3 million), a study found yesterday. The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives said CEO pay in 2016 was the highest it had been since the 2008 global recession.

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    2. What Gets Measured Gets Done: the JSE Corporate Governance Index

      What Gets Measured Gets Done: the JSE Corporate Governance Index

      A corporate governance index (CGI) is essentially a measure by which corporate governance practices within an entity or institution can be evaluated against set international best practices and legal requirements applicable to that entity or institution. An index assigns a numerical value to indicate overall good or poor performance against certain benchmarks ...

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