William (Bill) Doyle, CEO of Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan

Nov 19, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The StarPhoenix

Canada's highest paid CEO doesn't work on Bay Street or live in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver or Calgary, but right here in Saskatchewan.

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Since: Sep 08

Saskatoon, Canada

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Nov 19, 2008
 
And the rich get richer on the backs of the workers
that make the profits !!
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Is it really necessary to pay him $320 million? If he works 200 days per year that's $1.5 million per day. Lorne Calvert and Brad Wall have nothing to say about this. Interesting. Commodities traditionally have a couple years of high prices with about 20 years of low prices. I guess as long as the potash people don't come sniveling to the government for a bailout when things go bad.

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Regina, Canada

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Nov 24, 2008
 
They always do,right after going after the workers
for concessions!!!
But would they ever take a wage rollback...Nooooo !

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