Buzzfeed reports that shareholders at Domino’s Pizza are questioning the pay of CEO Patrick Doyle, whose pay is $43 million over 3 years. The groups leading the protest are not simply do-gooders. They want the best results from their investments. One member of the group says that most of the money can be paid up front with no consideration of company performance or profit. These shareholders, whatever their motivation, are holding a CEO and his friends on the Board to the fire. It’s about time. For too long, only working people have been targets. It’s time to hold the highest of the high accountable for their performance.