CEOs Who Fire More Workers Earn More

An analysis of executive pay found that CEOs of the 50 firms that laid off the most workers since the beginning of the economic meltdown earned 42% more than the average pay for an S&P 500 company. Correlation doesn’t imply causation, but it’s food for thought, especially for those in the bread line.

CEOs that lay off workers earn more: study [MarketWatch]