New York Times: The Billion Dollar Brush-Off

April 13, 2007: New York Times: If there is a single, logical justification for the wild executive compensation packages that have become standard at large American companies, it is performance. In too many cases, pay has little or nothing to do with results, and some of the most jaw-dropping packages are for executives who have been told to hand over the reins.

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