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Oil Chief Executive Receives $8.57M In Compensation In 2007

There are 39 comments on the NBC 10 Philadelphia story from Mar 18, 2008, titled Oil Chief Executive Receives $8.57M In Compensation In 2007. In it, NBC 10 Philadelphia reports that:

The chief executive of Sunoco Inc. received a 2007 compensation package worth $8.57 million, up 5 percent from the prior year, according to a federal filing on Monday.

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Confounded

Hartford, CT

#21 Mar 18, 2008
Saveur wrote:
Why complain? I see more and more SUV's and huge pickup trucks on the road everyday. I see folks running into convenience stores and leave their vehicles running for almost 5 minutes at a time. I see folks doing 80-90 mph along highways like its the normal driving speed. Folks DEMAND cars be able to do 100+mph and DEMAND they do 0-60 in 5 seconds or less AND still want the same car to get 40+ mpg. So stop whining and suck it up.
It takes less gas to keep it running, rather than stopping and starting the engine.
Confounded

Hartford, CT

#22 Mar 18, 2008
Am I on glue? I am all about executives getting paid the big bucks- because if I was an executive- I would want to be bankrolling it too. However. 8.57 Mil? WHAT? And what did it say, plus insurance and company plane? I Dont know, but this is ridiculous.
Saveur

United States

#23 Mar 18, 2008
Hey Confounded, it also takes less time to steal it too when not only does it have the keys in it, but it's also already running so the thief can make a quick getaway!
Confounded

Hartford, CT

#24 Mar 18, 2008
Saveur wrote:
Hey Confounded, it also takes less time to steal it too when not only does it have the keys in it, but it's also already running so the thief can make a quick getaway!
Ever heard of remote entry?
citizen

Levittown, PA

#25 Mar 18, 2008
How is it possible for one man to make so much money off of us the consumers,,,
citizen

Levittown, PA

#26 Mar 18, 2008
Wa-Wa gasoline is the only one I buy now....the heck with al these major oil/gas companies. Wa-Wa can sell for less why can't the major companies, GREED and because they can by our loving government.....
Confounded

Hartford, CT

#27 Mar 18, 2008
citizen wrote:
Wa-Wa gasoline is the only one I buy now....the heck with al these major oil/gas companies. Wa-Wa can sell for less why can't the major companies, GREED and because they can by our loving government.....
I heard wawa gas is crap? I could swear my car doesnt run as well on it. My imagination or any validity?
Hater

Quakertown, PA

#28 Mar 18, 2008
Maybe if he gave back the 8.57 million, the company's losses wouldn't have been so high. How can anyone get a 1.8 million bonus when the company supposedly lost money anyway?
Someone Who Knows

Warrington, PA

#29 Mar 18, 2008
Hey citizen,
WA-WA Gas is Sunoco Gas. WA-WA has a contract with SUNOCO to supply ALL of their WA-WA's with Gasoline.
Paul

Tampa, FL

#30 Mar 18, 2008
Why is everyone so distraught over a CEO making $8 million? And most was in company stock, not in cash paid by your $50 at the lousy pump. Instead of everyone crying about gas price this and gas price that, why doesn't everyone take a step back and try to adapt to change. Gas prices will NEVER be what they were. Lessen your driving. Buy a hybrid. There are too many giant trucks and SUVs out there. Do we really need to cart the kids around in a freaking Ford Expedition?

Fact of the matter is we are all stuck with this until we find a cheaper alternative, which could take over a decade. Let's learn to deal with it and stop blaming everyone in sight and cut out the excess.
brichards

Wallingford, PA

#31 Mar 18, 2008
Maybe the Arabs and Iraqi's are not the bad people after all.
brichards

Wallingford, PA

#32 Mar 18, 2008
I have one of those giant trucks. It has proven to be one ot the more econonomical vehicles that I have ever owned. I switched to diesel and have an actual recorded mileage of 29 MPG, compared to my previous cars at 12 to 17 MPG. I fill up less often now. Hard to believe? Check out some stats, you will be amazed.
brichards

Wallingford, PA

#33 Mar 18, 2008
I have one of those giant trucks. It has proven to be one ot the more econonomical vehicles that I have ever owned. I switched to diesel and have an actual recorded mileage of 29 MPG, compared to my previous cars at 12 to 17 MPG. I fill up less often now. Hard to believe? Check out some stats, you will be amazed.
Paul wrote:
Why is everyone so distraught over a CEO making $8 million? And most was in company stock, not in cash paid by your $50 at the lousy pump. Instead of everyone crying about gas price this and gas price that, why doesn't everyone take a step back and try to adapt to change. Gas prices will NEVER be what they were. Lessen your driving. Buy a hybrid. There are too many giant trucks and SUVs out there. Do we really need to cart the kids around in a freaking Ford Expedition?
Fact of the matter is we are all stuck with this until we find a cheaper alternative, which could take over a decade. Let's learn to deal with it and stop blaming everyone in sight and cut out the excess.
Saveur

United States

#34 Mar 19, 2008
Well Confounded, not all cars have remote entries. Several states have enacted laws that fine people $3K for leaving their car running while they run in to grab their newspaper and coffee.
Confounded

Hartford, CT

#35 Mar 19, 2008
Oh JHC. Who cares anyway. You win ok. I will leave my car running until I get a fine. I'm lazy like that. There are stripper law suits to worry about today.
Paul

Tampa, FL

#36 Mar 19, 2008
brichards wrote:
I have one of those giant trucks. It has proven to be one ot the more econonomical vehicles that I have ever owned. I switched to diesel and have an actual recorded mileage of 29 MPG, compared to my previous cars at 12 to 17 MPG. I fill up less often now. Hard to believe? Check out some stats, you will be amazed. <quoted text>
Brichards, I am glad you are getting good gas mileage. It is a sad irony that the switch to diesel has you now paying an arm and a leg for that ($4.30 at my gas station).
We will be feeling the effects of this all year and throughout the future until an alternative method is found. I just don't think the CEO is at fault here. He is merely profiting on our dependence. It is called capitalism and a free market.
And all the government conspirists, while I don't agree with all of our policies, without the government, all that oil would be going to China instead of the US and you would be paying $7-$8 a gallon instead of $3.50. But I guess that would be Bush's fault too.
Da Mole

Buena, NJ

#37 Mar 19, 2008
He earned it trust me, jack is a leader
Another who knows

Philadelphia, PA

#38 Mar 19, 2008
Don't blame Sunoco for the high price of gas. They buy the oil on the open market. Did you know oil was $32 a barrel before Bush invaded Iraq? Now who caused the the price to sky rocket?
Jason Powel

Philadelphia, PA

#39 Mar 19, 2008
I get sick reading this! And we struggle and struggle and struggle...but who listens!

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