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Top Read: Swiss executives braced for Sunday poll on pay

Swiss corporations are predicting doom and gloom should voters opt this Sunday to cap CEO pay at 12 times worker pay. But Victorinox, the iconic Swiss firm that makes red pen knives, is prospering with a CEO who makes just six times the pay of the company’s lowest-paid worker.

Top Read: Platinum-Plated Pensions

In the current budget debate, the loudest calls for Social Security cuts are coming from two lobby groups led by CEOs who will never have to worry about their own retirement security.

Top Read: Don’t Blame the Robots

The evidence, new report shows, does not support the notion that technological change is driving expanding wage inequality.

Top Read: Rich-poor gap is driving migration

Amid the non-stop political fireworks over border control and migration policy, we pay surprisingly little attention to the global economic forces that drive the mass movement of people. The most fundamental of these: inequality.

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