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CEO Pay Takes A Dive In 2015

CEOs of major American companies took a hit last year.

A new Wall Street Journal analysis of chief executive pay at 300 public companies showed its worst decline since the 2008 financial crisis.

The slowdown is related to weak performance and accounting rules that put a crimp in pensions.

Here & Nows Jeremy Hobson talks with Jill Schlesinger, business analyst at CBS News.

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Matt Fairchild in his Burbank apartment with one of his beloved cats. Matt says California’s aid in dying law gives him some sense of comfort and a feeling of control that he’ll be able to end his life with dignity and on his own terms. (Saul Gonzalez)
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Matt Fairchild in his Burbank apartment with one of his beloved cats. Matt says California’s aid in dying law gives him some sense of comfort and a feeling of control that he’ll be able to end his life with dignity and on his own terms. (Saul Gonzalez)
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