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If elected, Hillary Clinton should fulfill a pledge of her husband's that fell through when he got to the White House: Bar companies from taking tax deductions on executive pay above $1 million. If elected, Hillary Clinton should fulfill a pledge of her husband's that fell through when he got to the White House: Bar companies from taking tax deductions on executive pay above $1 million.

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Twenty-six of the nation’s largest corporations paid their CEOs more than they spent on taxes in 2011, according to a report by the Institute for Policy Studies.

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The House Financial Services Committee has voted to repeal a provision in last year's Dodd-Frank financial reform law requiring public corporations to report the ratio between CEO and median worker pay. (more)

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With Labor Day approaching, it must not go unnoticed that Angelo Mozilo, chief executive of Countrywide Financial -- the company that has helped drive world markets into turmoil with its lending -- raked in $42.9 million last year. The Nobel laureate Harold Varmus, chief executive of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, was paid $2.5 million.

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