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in my view have too much power one hot topic for the Democrats on the campaign trail is exorbitant CEO pay and explosive issue now has a small investors up in arms , according to a recent Reuters Ipsos poll more than a half of investors in major mutual fund Sega sixteen trillion dollar industry should be using its power and exerting more pressure on corporate America to rein in excess of pay packages , Reuters correspondent Ross Kerber spoke to some of the respondent over and over again I heard people saying they're really that about executives making millions of dollars what's important we need anecdotes that the , the money of these people so it you know in a way they're looking for the front to represent their view , one guy said you know he , the companies are in cahoots with each other , all the five giant of the industry Black Rock vanguard fidelity T. Rowe price and State Street they've CEO page should be linked to performance , when it comes time to have a say on pay they usually just go with the flow last year ninety six percent of the industry's both were in favor of whatever compensation plan the company was proposing healthy funds go has a big influence on how companies are run I can also point out that the mutual funds are often , so our at Andersen people a hundred companies , so that we can become very influential how their clients being , people are according to a separate study CEOs at the largest U. S. companies are making more than three hundred times salary of their basic workforce , and for some investors that get too much to ignore