Big company CEOs earned 275X the typical employee.

That’s a huge difference.  And it’s not the difference between the top and the bottom, it’s the difference between the average and the average of the bosses.  According to a report in The New Yorker, in 1965 big company CEOs earned 20X the typical employee; today it’s 275X.  In terms of productivity and value added, that’s just unreasonable.

Wall Street taking more money out of your pockets
Sadly, evidence proves privilege breeds corruption.

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