Perry tells CNN's Dana Bash his convoluted plan for banks, which is based on nonsense.
Oh, come on. Wouldn't you rather get one big fat check than ask all the people you represent?
If you’re the CEO of a major company today, you make, on average, about 273 times more than the average worker. That’s according to a recent analysis by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) of the CEO-to-worker pay ratio at top 350 firms. The average pay, EPI found, was $14.1 million in 2012, up 12.7 percent from 2011.