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Page entitled : A good CEO - Howard Solomon of Forest Labs

Content of this page is about :
How Howard Solomon of Forest Laboratories took a personal interest in anti depressants and multiplied the value of his company thanks to Celexa and Lexapro.


Extract :
... Solomon is an exception. Three quarters of our “Top 10 Best CEOs” earned less than $5 million average per year and almost 30% (12 out of 42) earned less than $2 million, including salaries, bonuses, expensed perks and stock performance based items. That compares with an average compensation for S&P 500 companies rising from $7.2 million ...

 

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