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The rule requires large U.S. public businesses to report the compensation ratio between their CEO and median worker for fiscal years starting on or after Jan. 1. (Photo: Getty)

(Bloomberg) — A coalition of institutional investors including the California Public Employees’ Retirement System is calling on a U.S. regulator not to delay the rule for companies to disclose the pay gap between their chief executive officers and rank-and-file workers.

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