FTSE 100 chief executives ‘earn average salary within 3 days’

“In the past 60 years, unexpected CEO deaths have consistently affected stock price, profitability, investment and sales growth – for better or worse,” he said, adding: “Which is why it makes sense for firms to open their wallets to attract the best talent.”

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