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Every Day Is Christmas for CEOs

Yes, Virginia, once upon a time the heads of big corporations weren’t each paid tens or hundreds of millions a year

photo by Sean Locke

As we plunge into the holiday season, this headline in the New York Times last week amused me.

Of course, even with their annual bonuses looming just ahead, none of the corporate executives in…

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