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Labor activists are hoping that a newly implemented provision of the Dodd-Frank Act will lead to a national reckoning over the wage gap between corporate executives and rank-and-file workers.
Although Dodd-Frank was passed in 2010, this is the first year that companies will have to comply by a provision of the law that requires publicly traded corporations to disclose how much more their CEO makes than the median employee.
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