Over the past two weeks, Robert Iger, the CEO of Disney, has made headlines not for Disney’s Avengers box office performance or for his completion of the Disney-Fox merger, but for something more personal: his $65.6 million salary—an amount that Disney heir Abigail Disney recently called “insane.”

Both on Twitter and in a Washington Post op-ed, she lamented the salary gap between Iger and his employees—Iger makes 1,424 times what the median Disney worker does—and called out the fact that pay practices like Disney’s have led to a shrinking middle class, with more people in poverty and a few super rich.

Read the full article at Forbes.