Canada's top-tier CEOs earn annual salaries that boggle the mind. According to the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives' yearly analysis of executive compensation, the highest paid executive for 2016 made more than $83 million, while the average across the top 100 CEOs was more than $10 million per year. The Agenda discusses whether such executives are actually worth what they're paid.
Episode:
Reviewing Canada's Tax System; Sky-High CEO Pay
Aired:
Jan 22, 2018
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