Before your mid-morning coffee break on Tuesday, the top 100 CEOs in Canada will have made what an average worker will earn in all of 2018, a new report finds.
Before lunchtime Tuesday, Canada's highest-paid CEOs were projected to earn as much as the average working person does all year, says a report released by a think tank that tracks executive compensation.
Canada's highest-paid CEOs saw their compensation dip two per cent from 2013 to 2014, but they still raked in an average of $8.96 million each, according to a new study.
Seven months after CEO Dan Price slashed his salary to pay his employees at least $70,000 a year, his company is still going strong, and his workforce is happier than ever.
A Seattle CEO who set a $70,000 minimum wage for all his employees is now being sued by his brother.
Gravity Payments boss Dan Price will be a tough act to follow for the business world’s top CEOs, who are unlikely to slash their own six- and seven-figure salaries to pay their employees more.
Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price is taking a massive salary cut so he can pay every one of his employees at least $70,000 a year.
By the time average Canadians finished lunch on Thursday, Canada's highest paid CEOs had already earned the equivalent of their annual salary.