Submitted By Richard
Counterparties put up a link yesterday to a recent reprint of a 1955 |Fortune| article that profiled the lifestyles of Eisenhower-era top executives. There's all sorts of great stuff there, most prominently the surprisingly low incomes (by current standards) of the very top of the top back then. Adjusted for inflation, they figure the top 30,000 execs earned $400,000 and up in 1955 a sadly reduced income compared to past glory days, which meant they had to buy much smaller yachts and make do wi
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