In the Margins

Corporate board pay soars

December 3, 2015

By The Boston Globe

Corporate board pay has nearly doubled at the 200 largest U.S. public companies since 2000 to a median of $258,000 last year, according to a Boston Globe analysis of data from the National Association of Corporate Directors. The pay has risen at an even faster clip at smaller and midsize companies. Read the original story from The Boston Globe.

 

 

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