WORLDVIEW: New rule has U.S. companies revealing shocking details on sky-high CEO pay

This year, for the first time, American companies are required to include a set of employee-pay disclosures with their financial results. Specifically, companies are required to disclose the pay of their median employee and the ratio between CEO pay and the pay of the median employee.

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