Some CEOs have all the luck–but should they also have all the money?
Saint Louis-based carpenter Scott Bujnak led his own quiet protest against executive pay recently. He quit his job of 18 years.
As a maintenance man for St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Bujnak specialized in saving money his company money by finding ingenious ways to fix things. Then he found out how much the CEO of Lee Enterprises, the paper’s parent company, makes. Mary Junck recently received a whopping $700,000 bonus. Immediately, he realized his efforts at saving $50 here and $25 there were all for what purpose? To give the big boss a big bonus. So, he quit.
Folk hero or dumb as a rock?
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