Pay ratio disclosures show wide gaps between CEOs, employees

Beyond the average
A piece of the Dodd-Frank financial reform law required for the first time that companies disclose the ratio of their CEO’s pay to the median salary of its employees, although the employers were allowed to exclude some workers from the calculation. / Sources: Company filings (Some companies excluded non-U.S. employees and others.)
Beyond the average
: A piece of the Dodd-Frank financial reform law required for the first time that companies disclose the ratio of their CEO’s pay to the median salary of its employees, although the employers were allowed to exclude some workers from the calculation. / Sources: Company filings (Some companies excluded non-U.S. employees and others.)
Out of the 19 public companies that are based in or have significant ­operations within Rhode Island and have filed proxy statements recently, 14 of them have CEOs with salaries at least 100 times larger than the median salary of its employee base. CVS Health Corp. President and CEO Larry J. Merlo made $12.2 million…
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