Zollars Takes Ten Percent Cut

April 9, 2010: April 9, 2010: Bill Zollars, the CEO of YRCW, took a 10 percent salary cut in 2009, according to YRC’s annual report to shareholders.

But he will not qualify for food stamps. His total compensation, including stock awards, was $2.5 million last year. This was down from a total compensation of $4.4 million in 2008.

The report includes compensation for all top YRC executives. Click here to read the salary report.


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