A maximum wage for CEOs. The average American company pays its CEO 475 times the wage of their average worker. That ratio has skyrocketed since 1950 & more than tripled since 2000. Congress should act to limit maximum compensation of high income executives to 25 times their lowest paid employee. This would slow down economic inequality, encourage companies to raise worker's wages, and put the US more in line with the rest of the world.
Follow business models where company executives make no more than 5x that of their lowest paid worker. This overpaying the CEO is getting old and outdated. If we could update the current pay scale, level the playing field, we may actually be able to keep jobs on American soil. At present, we are not a nation with sellable goods - we rely too heavily on foreign products and currency - for our own good.