A Business Week special report delves into "the world of executive compensation," in which - "despite weakening returns" - CEOs earn increasingly enormous salaries. The story finds that "in 2000 .... U.S. company chieftanks bagged on average a princely $13.1 million." A pay-performance analysis shows the executives who gave the shareholders the most and the least for their pay, as well as the CEO's who companies did the best and the worst relative to their pay. The report includes a list of the CEO's who get the biggest rewards in different business sectors.
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