Do CEOs really make 100 times more than employees? They do at these companies

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Last year, The Walt Disney Co. Chairman and CEO Robert A. Iger took home a paycheck that was anything but Mickey Mouse. Iger's total compensation for 2018 was a breathtaking $65,645,214. The pay of a median The Walt Disney Co. employee, on the other hand (a full-time hourly worker at a Disney theme park who has been with the company for over four years) was $46,127. That means the ratio of Iger's total annual compensation to the median Disney employee in 2018 was 1,424 to 1. (Iger's 2018...


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