Delta Air Lines boosts CEO pay 42%
The CEO of Delta Air Lines saw his compensation jump 42 percent last year as the airline boosted his long-term incentive pay and the airline made more money than its peers.
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Since: Apr 08
#1 May 1, 2013
Sounds like a bargain to me and money well spent.
And they want to give Horton $20 million for negotiating a bankruptcy. What a sham!
#3 May 3, 2013
You bet it's a bargain. Mr Anderson and his team have proved their boasting rights in an industry that has been suffering in the recession for years. 1st 1/4 2013, profit highest of any DAL 1st 1/4's and the 1st profit for 1st 1/4 in 12 yrs. Chk out stock price.
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