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director Posted - 03/17/2009 : 08:13:56 AM
If you screwed up on your job you would either be "written-up" or fired.

AIG executives screwed up big time and what happened to them? They were paid about $170 million in pay increases. To add salt to the proverbial wound, you paid for it with your tax dollars in bailout money. Go figure!
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director Posted - 03/29/2009 : 03:16:51 AM
Update: They are allegedly giving back 1/2 of the money. So, their screw-ups costs the taxpayers about $80,000,000.00.

Can you get any increase in pay when you make mistakes? You would probably not get a raise in pay during your "review cycle." Why should they?


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