Despite The Pandemic Ravaging Their Firms’ Profits And Tanking The Economy
By ASSOCIATED PRESS and HOLDEN WALTER-WARNER
CEOs saw their compensation packages rocket by an average of five per cent last year even as COVID-19 ravaged the US economy.
Although many chief executives saw their base salaries cut, they were handed stock options which ended up swelling their total compensation beyond what they’d have received had coronavirus not battered the US economy.
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