CEOs got smaller raises. It would still take a typical worker two lifetimes to make their annual pay


The typical compensation package for chief executives who run S&P 500 companies rose just .9% last year to a median of $14.8 million. That's according to data analyzed for The Associated Press by equilar. That means half the CEOs in the survey made more and half made less. It was the smallest increase since 2015, still the drop is unlikely to quell mounting criticism that CEO pay has become excessively high and the imbalance between company bosses and rank and file workers to wide, Julie Walker, New York

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