How Much Should Corporate Executives Be Paid?
This editorial offers the admonition "Don't underestimate the difficulty of managing multibillion-dollar enterprises." Such a statement breathtakingly begs the question. Rather than "voluntarily moderating" their own incomes, CEOs should tie their incomes to performance - in good years, lots of money; in bad years, they pay the company back. T. Widdicombe, Seaford, N.Y.
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