The Corner Office in Bangalore

Ha, if only. Probably wouldn't be having the inane push to lower estate taxes on millionaires if the over-compensated CEO class in America suddenly disappeared, or was transplanted.

LAWRENCE ORLOWSKI and FLORIAN LENGYEL: The Corner Office in Bangalore
It's time to begin outsourcing chief executives. ... Several orders of magnitude separate the compensation of American and overseas chief executives; the Federal Reserve notes that while a typical American chief executive in 2004 got a compensation package 170 times greater than that of the average American workers, in Britain it was 22 times and in Japan 11.

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