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Executive Salaries #315420

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 23, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(NYC: Ray Brady) Growing concern over business execs.' annual incomes examined; Lee Iacocca's 1986 earnings cited as example [MAN - defs. Iacocca's income.] "Bus. Wk. "survey indicating Reebok International Limited manufacturer Paul Fireman's 1986 salary noted. [Studs TERKEL - considers it obscene.] Av. US wage increase last year graphed on screen, compared to execs.' salaries. [Wage consultant Pearl MEYER - notes system makes United States what it island] CBS exec. Thomas Wyman's severance package outlined on screen. [General Motors WORKER - notes millions paid execs. in bonuses.] General Motors' 1st quarter profits and decision to end bonus program reported

Brady, Ray;
Schieffer, Bob

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