2013-12-05 20:20:46

Fast Food CEOs Fatten Pockets with Taxpayer Subsidized Pay

As fast-food workers stage a one-day strike, a new report exposes how the industry's CEOs have not just saved money by paying workers low wages, but have used the government to subsidize their own million-dollar salaries with taxpayer dollars. That is because a loophole in the tax code lets companies deduct the costs of performance-based executive pay.

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