Hefty CEO salaries can be easy targets for criticism

Sanders, Bob
May 2000
New Hampshire Business Review;05/05/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p1
Warns that hefty chief executive officer salaries can be easy targets for criticisms in New Hampshire. List of the highest-paid chief executives in the state; Use of stock options as part of their pay; Determination of compensation levels.


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