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While the incomes of so many Americans remain the same size or get smaller, corporate chiefs can't say they're suffering in quite the same way.
EDIT: He also pointed out that taxes had little or nothing to do with hiring practices. The market determins when you need to hire....and the market goes up when people can buy stuff.
American CEOs saw pay increases of between 27 and 40 percent last year, according to a GovernanceMetrics International survey cited by the Guardian. In addition, the median value of CEOs profits on stock options jumped to $1.3 million from $950,400 -- a 70 percent boost.
Wow...with all that extra income you'd think the Job Creators would be creating....well....jobs.