10 outrageously lavish CEO perks
CEOs at Fortune 100 companies get nearly 5 times the money in extras -- including cars and drivers, jets and gyms -- that the typical US household earns in pay.
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Is this a surprise to anyone? Upper level management of virtually every business is nothing but an exclusive whose primary objective is to steal (legally or illegally) as much money as they can get their greedy little hands on.
The 1% could have probably gone on indefinitely with the normal greed that they used to have, but then they started to want every last dollar in the world. Keep it up and the French Revolution II won't be far away.
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