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    gross inflation of salaries

    "Why is it that we hear searing attacks against Richard Grasso of the NY Stock Exchange or Nardelli of The Home Depot....but few people say a word about the gross inflation of salaries for entertainers."
    Uncategorized Rantings: CEO vs Entertainer Pay

    I wonder what 'the gross inflation of salaries' means.
    Salaries before tax have increased?

    Thank you.

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Re: gross inflation of salaries

    They are being paid FAR too much for what they do by the ordinary man's standards.

    For instance, for an entertainer for be paid $2,000,000 for a single performance when in the previous year the same performer received $500,000 for a similar performance is a gross inflation of salary.

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