The marked contrast between Amazon's and Sears' compensation plans shows the shift in recent years away from employees to shareholders (New York Times)

New York Times:
The marked contrast between Amazon's and Sears' compensation plans shows the shift in recent years away from employees to shareholders  —  Half a century ago, a typical Sears salesman could walk out of the store at retirement with a nest egg worth well over a million in today's dollars, feathered with company stock.



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