Bankruptcy trustee challenges Horton's severance package at AMR
The U.S. trustee in AMR Corp.'s Chapter 11 bankruptcy case has objected to American Airlines CEO Tom Horton's $19.8 million severance payment, arguing that the company hasn't explained why such a large sum is permissible under federal bankruptcy rules.
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#1 Mar 16, 2013
it sounds like he really is an honest man, just like all the other ceo's in the airline business.
#2 Mar 16, 2013
1.5 I would think would be more than sufficient!
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