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3 August 2017 By Andy Critchlow

The average boss of a FTSE 100 company took home 17 percent less last year despite buoyant markets. Paying corporate leaders less assuages public opinion but underscores the challenge of linking pay to performance. Besides, CEOs still benefit from higher share prices.

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