A WSJ analysis shows how execs at large companies going through bankruptcy receive millions in...
A WSJ analysis shows how execs at large companies going through bankruptcy receive millions in compensation while slashing tens of thousands of jobs. At 21 firms, the CEOs received a combined total of over $350M, with the median amount $8.7M. However, lawyer Richard Levin argues that firms "need to attract the best people."
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