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  • Cheniere's Souki was 2013's top-paid U.S. exec with $142M pay package [View news story]
    Mel from Kent, Ct writes: " I believe that we should have laws when a company is publicly traded or publicly owned after 5 years in the PUBLICLY TRADED stock market ... the HIGHEST paid person there, should NOT be making any more than 80% than the LOWEST (5 years ) full timer paid person (& also the company to be able to be traded in the publicly held stock markets SHOULD be required to report the RATIO of full timers to part time workers , then the stock market buying public would REALLY know how they view the CEO & management)...this gives a start up company room to grow & advance & attract BIG income CEO gobblers... but NOT so much ( or to long ) a term to do irreversible damage for a long term growth or long term company " to be". In addition...ONCE a " start up" company matures/ or is considered mature by analysts (maybe when they start making/reeling in profits), then the publicly traded company should be then "PLACED" in the then publicly traded arena & the CEO's actual pay can be 80 % / 20 % pay.
    Apr 30, 2014. 08:19 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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