A Classification of American Wealth
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Page entitled : Of bad CEOs who are "rich" or "poor"

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How bad CEOs are either "rich" or "poor" and the controversy of excessive CEO compensation.

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... still earned over $5 million a year, despite consistently negative returns for tenures exceeding six years. Such was the case of Philip Condit (Boeing), Lee Scott (Wal-Mart), Martin G. McGuinn (Mellon Financial), Stephen Bollenbach (Hilton Hotels), Stephen R. Appleton (Micron Technology) and Paul J. Curlander (Lexmark). Again, the question may be raised why CEOs with consistently negative returns to shareholders are ...


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