Bank CEOs Paid More Than S&P 500 Chiefs, Study Shows


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Published in Bloomberg September 2, 2009 by Steve Geimann

Chief executive officers at 20 banks that got U.S. aid received compensation 37 percent higher than the average for leaders at Standard & Poor’s 500 companies and may be poised for gains as stock values rise, a study showed.

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