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   Of good and bad CEOs  

Page entitled : Characteristics and examples of bad CEOs

Content of this page is about :
How excessive compensation weighs on the quality of America star CEOs (Welch, Gerstner, Eisner, Mark) and about CEOs who are both, bad and execssively paid.


Extract :
... Mutual), Henry Silverman (Cendant), Stephen Burd (Safeway), Scott McNealy (Sun Microsystems), Michael D. Eisner (Walt Disney), Richard M. Scrushy (HealthSouth), Richard D. Fairbank (Capital One Financial) and Bernard J. Ebbers (WorldCom) each received average annual compensations exceeding $10 million for destroying their shareholders’ value at rates between 1 and 32% per year ...

 

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