The Northwest CEOs whose 2017 pay was highest compared to their company’s median employee pay are, from left to right: Mark Okerstrom, Expedia Group; James Lico, Fortive; Steven Cooper, TrueBlue; John Legere, T-Mobile US; and Richard Brooks, Zumiez. (Gabriel Campanario / The Seattle Times)

Some Northwest CEOs earn 200 or 400 times what the average employee is paid

Public companies, under new federal rules, are now disclosing their workers’ median annual pay and showing how that number stacks up against what the CEO makes. The data shed some light on employee pay — but it’s a mixed bag with many unknowns. Updated

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