IPALCO sale triggers pay bonanza for execs

Andrews, Greg
October 2000
Indianapolis Business Journal;10/02/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 29, p4A
Comments on the golden parachute plan for top executive in Indianapolis, Indiana. Impact of the corporate mergers and sales on the amount of severance pays; Principle behind the golden parachute plan; Comments of shareholder activists on the plan.


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