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Who Got What in a Slowing Economy

If you look at The Washington Post's annual survey of executive compensation at large public companies to see who was paid the most in 2007, you see multiple appearances from some companies. For some, that added up to tens of millions of dollars in salary, bonus, stock and option awards and other compensation. For many, salary is a small piece of the pie; for Capital One's Richard Fairbank, it wasn't even a piece. Both Lockheed Martin and Fannie Mae had six executiveson the list. The numbers next to the names indicate rank for total compensation. These companies paid out the most to the top 100 executives by compensation:

Who Got What in a Slowing Economy

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Who Got What in a Slowing Economy
Article | Washington's growing financial sector was one of the first to feel the effects of the year-long slide that grew out of the mortgage mess. Although most financial firms saw their stocks wither, the industry's top executives continue to be among the best paid in the region, according to a Washingto...

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