The AFL-CIO takes its CEO pay concerns on-line

September 1997
Corporate Board;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 18 Issue 106, p28
Trade Publication
Reports that the American Federation Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations has launched a Web page, the `Executive Pay Watch.' Criticisms against executive pay; Creation of unprecedented inequities; Universal resource locator of the Web page.


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