THE GREAT CEO PAY SWEEPSTAKES Had a terrific year? You could earn a mint -- or a pittance. Top bosses often aren't paid according to performance. Startling new evidence says that might not matter

Crystal, Graef S.; Michels, Antony
June 1990
Fortune;6/18/1990, Vol. 121 Issue 14, p94
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