Bloomberg discloses CEO pay ratio
Ever wonder how much more CEOs make compared to the average employee? Bloomberg looked at 250 companies to give you an idea.
Number one on the list is ousted J.C. Penney CEO Ron Johnson who took home more than $53 million. That's nearly 1800 times more than the average employee salary of $29,688.
Michael Jeffries of Abercrombie & Fitch earned more than $48 million, which is 1600 times more than the average employee.
David Simon of Simon Property Group made $137.2 million, nearly 1600 times more than his employees.
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