From the NY Times Business page:
After long and often bitter debate, Congress has passed legislation, fiercely fought for by labor and progressive groups, that will limit top salaries to fifteen times the minimum wage. Tying the bill to a plan of overall reform of the U.S. economy, the bill echoes a similar effort enacted by President Franklin Roosevelt in 1942, which was followed by the longest period of growth for the middle class in U.S. history.
I always thought this was a great idea--much more important than a minimum wage. People can, after all, be so lazy and unproductive that their labor is worth next to nothing. But it's impossible for people to create billions in wealth just through a wave of their hand at a board meeting.