Canada's 100 highest-earning CEOs will have earned as much as the average Canadian earns in a year by 1:18 p.m. on Jan. 2
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) put on a clinic in public and media relations when it released its report on CEO pay. While many of the titans of commerce were heli-skiing, jetboating, or lounging on private islands, the CCPC had the news media mostly to itself. And boy did it capitalize.
In the wake of a new study detailing soaring CEO compensation, the corporations whose executives pocketed the highest annual
In their annual study of executive pay, the CCPA once again trots out the tired suggestion that executives in Canada make too much money. It is an ancient complaint of the free market: that the market does not produce income equality.
As debate about Canada’s rich-poor divide intensifies, a new report highlights the growing income gap between top-paid CEOs
Recession? What recession? The economic downturn in 2008 and 2009 was a distant memory by 2010 for Canada’s top chief executive