Many don't know CEO compensation
More than half - 54 percent - of 195 people who work for a publicly traded company said in a survey they didn't know the chief executive's compensation.
Public companies disclose that information annually in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The survey was conducted by Clark, a public company based in Barrington, Ill.
Extended vacations may disappear
The one- or two-week summer vacation may soon become a fond memory for many American workers.
Forty percent said they're not taking a week or longer off this year, according to an online survey of nearly 2,400 people. Instead, time away from work is being parceled into long weekend trips, with 85 percent saying they'll do such a jaunt of two to four days.
What's behind the shift? Time and money.
A third said they wanted to save money, but a fifth said they cannot or don't want to take time from work. Another 15 percent said they don't have the time to plan a longer, more complex trip.