Credit cards have the potential to add extra value to everyday expenditures, with very little effort on the part of the cardholder. By spending within your means and paying off your card each month, it’s extremely easy to get a kickback from every single purchase without any negative effects.
CEO to employee compensation ratios have increased seventeen-fold within the past five decades, helping propagate an increase in wealth inequality in the United States. But how much should CEOs reward themselves, relative to their employees? We examine two case studies of companies that stand on opposite ends of the issue.