Fashion's Talent Race: Executive Pay Soars

July 2012
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;7/30/2012, Vol. 204 Issue 20, p1
Trade Publication
The article examines executive compensation in the fashion industry in 2011, reporting that sixty-seven fashion executives earned more than five million dollars for the year. Topics include why research analyst Terre Simpson of Simpson Associates believes that as the gender gap between male and female retail executives will narrow in the future, how executive pay is affecting the 2012 U.S. presidential election, and a description of benefits received by retiring retail executives.


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