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Report: CEO compensation rises as shareholders lose

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A recent study showed that the average American worker’s salary has risen by 5.4 percent since 1978, while the growth of CEOs’ compensation in that time is 875 percent. CNBC’s Jim Cramer reports on why executives are still getting raises even as shareholders are losing money.