Why Japanese Executives Deserve Lower Pay
After four years working at a senior level for a Japanese giant, I think the notion that U.S. executives earn too much, compared with Japan, is really wrong, when viewed from a shareholder's point of view ("How much Japanese CEOs really make," Top of the News, Jan. 27). An American CEO functions as an individual, while the Japanese CEO is only one member of a group.
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