Friday, September 26, 2008

Here's what CEOs made before the meltdown

The Boston Business Journal reports Here's what CEOs made before the meltdown. That is the ones at Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, AIG, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, Fannie Mae, Washington Mutual, etc.

1 comment:

DKB said...

Nice. The article mentioned that Martin Sullivan was ousted as CEO of AIG in June '08, but neglects to say how much they paid him to go away. He made more getting fired in June for screwing the company into the ground than he made in 2007. From A.I.G. paid Sullivan $15 million in severance pay and a $4 million bonus. It also accelerated the vesting of long-term stock and cash incentives worth another $28 million.