Business: Salaries

To the envy and entertainment of many a citizen, to the embarrassment and chagrin of a few, the House Ways & Means Committee last week opened for public inspection two fat typewritten volumes containing the names of U. S. employes receiving salaries, commissions and bonuses totaling more than $15,000 in 1935. Not to be confused with the corporate salary schedules required by the Securities & Exchange Commission, this list was compiled from income tax returns. Highest-paid individual in the land that year was William Randolph Hearst, who drew $500,000 as head of Hearst...

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