Absolutely. There is a different set of rules.
FTR, I don't have a problem with people who run companies or sit in the C level, are VP's, whatever making s shit load of money when they are in charge of running a major company.
The problem isn't just the staggering sums these people make, the problem is the utter and complete disconnect from reality AND the core function of said business.
So often, they are not only disconnected, they are operating completely at odds and against the very people they have working for them in staff and managerial positions. People on staff are trying to do their job, working for their customers (I'm applying this in general, not just aimed at WF) trying to solve problems, etc.. But the upper levels of the company are so focused on quarterly earnings and positioning themselves for when they jump ship for their next company that they literally make policy that conflicts directly with their own STATED business goals.