25 Big Corp CEOs Made More Than Their Companies Paid in Federal Taxes
September 1, 2011 1:47 AM Subscribe
Corporations don't dodge taxes. People do.
"The report found that the CEOs of 25 major companies paid themselves more than their companies paid in Federal income taxes. Exhibit 1 on page 31 names and shames them (well, assuming they are capable of shame), and they include John J. Donahoe of eBay, Robert Coury of Mylan Labs, Jeff Immelt of GE, and Robert Kelly of Bank of New York. The New York Times article on the report elicited some not-convincing rebuttals."
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