Monday, July 05, 2010

Japanese CEOs earning LOTS lesser as compared to peers from other countries

According to an article from the Business Week, CEOs in Japan take home large paychecks and in fact, fewer than 300 people at Japan's 3,813 public companies earned enough in 2009 to require disclosure. In Japan, securities regulators require Japanese companies to disclose pay for executives making more than 100 million yen ($1.1 million).

In Japan, Underpaid—and Loving It [via]

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