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Morgan Stanley (MS) has reportedly cut the salary package of CEO James Gorman for a second year...

Morgan Stanley (MS) has reportedly cut the salary package of CEO James Gorman for a second year in a row following a mixed performance last year, with his 2012 pay falling to $6M from $8.56M in 2011. Gorman's compensation includes $800,000 in salary, $2.6M in deferred cash and $2.6M in stock options but no cash bonus. Gorman joins JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon in receiving a pay cut, although Goldman Sachs' Lloyd Blankfein is in line for a raise.
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