Most of the developed world is pretty much in line when it comes to income distribution, but not...
Most of the developed world is pretty much in line when it comes to income distribution, but not the U.S., Brett Arends asserts, where the results are more in line with Zimbabwe, Argentina and El Salvador. The average Fortune 500 CEO pockets $10.5M a year, more than 300 times the average worker's pay.
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