Ex-Kroger CEO Admits He Was Paid A 'Ludicrous' Amount

Kevin Short
The Huffington Post
27, 2014

CEO pay has skyrocketed over the last few decades, and corporate leaders are usually tight-lipped on the subject.

But we were offered a rare moment of candor last month from David Dillon, chairman and former CEO of the grocery chain Kroger, who called his own eight-figure paycheck "ludicrous" during an Aspen Ideas Festival panel.

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