Golfing CEOs with top pay bad for company performance

Golfing CEOs with top pay bad for company performance

CEOs with big salaries and a passion for golf may soon find their companies in the rough, studies show.

CEOs that get paid more have worse stock returns over a three year period than their less well paid contemparies, a study from Cambridge University shows.

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