Economy didn't slow exec pay

Read, Paul
September 2002
Journal of Business (10756124);9/12/2002, Vol. 17 Issue 19, pA1
Trade Publication
Reports on executive compensation trends in Spokane, Washington and North Idaho during 2001. Annual growth rate; Components of pay packages; Top public company executives.


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