Kellogg CEO gets 10 percent pay boost, incentives
John Bryant, Kellogg Co.'s president and chief executive officer, will receive a 10 percent pay raise for 2012-13, effective April 1, increasing his annual salary to $1.1 million from $1 million.
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#1 Mar 4, 2012
SHAM SHAM , STOCK HOLDER THIS IS YOUR FIRST WARNING CEO GETS A RAISE BUT YET HE IS CUTTING SOME OF HIS TOP SALES PEOPLE. MORAL IS GOING DOWN. CUTTING EVERTHING.I PERDECTED THIS WITH CIRCUIT CITY AND YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENED.IF YOU DONT THINK IT WILL HAPPEN BUY MORE STOCK WALL STREET WHORE.HAVE A NICE DAY
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