CEO Pay Doesn't Translate Into Shareholder Gains Four of the top 10 highest-earning executives ran companies whose shareholders lost money over the decade, the Wall Street Journal reports. That includes the No. 2 on the list, entertainment mogul Barry Diller, and Angelo Mozilo, the former CEO of mortgage lender Countrywide
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CEO Pay Doesn't Translate Into Shareholder Gains

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CEO Pay Doesn't Translate Into Shareholder Gains

CEO Pay Doesn't Translate Into Shareholder Gains

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Four of the top 10 highest-earning executives ran companies whose shareholders lost money over the decade, the Wall Street Journal reports. That includes the No. 2 on the list, entertainment mogul Barry Diller, and Angelo Mozilo, the former CEO of mortgage lender Countrywide

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