CRAIN'S LIST: TOP-COMPENSATED CEOs Ranked by 2004 compensation

May 2005
Crain's Detroit Business;5/23/2005, Vol. 21 Issue 21, p12
The article presents information on companies' CEO and their compensation, salaries, incentives, net income et al.


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