No. A new study from the UNiversity of Utah finds a correlation between higher CEO compensation and worse company performance. Apparently higher compensation encourages overconfidence in more reckless behavior. Highly paid CEOs tend to be best at negotiating with their compensation committees, not running their companies. http://politicalirony.com/2014/06/23/pay-for-bad-performance...
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