Twenty five CEOs of the richest American corporations got paid more last year than their entire firms coughed up to Uncle Sam, a bombshell new report says.
"These CEOs are reaping awesomely lavish rewards for the tax-dodging they have their corporations do," concluded the report from the liberal Institute for Policy Studies.
The companies, which include familiar corporate giants Boeing, Ford, eBay, General Electric, Verizon and Prudential, made an average of $1.9 billion in global profits each in 2010.
Tax shelters and clever accounting - 18 of the 25 have su
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