dimanche 22 juin 2008

The Wide Divide

Source : Carola Frydman, Harvard and Raven E. Saks. Federal Reserve

In the early 1980's, executive compensation - including salaries, bonuses and option grants - began to rise faster than the earnings of most workers.
Compensation for the most highly paid executives has grown the fastest ; it peaked in 2000, at the height of the stock market bubble.