- Merrill Lynch CEO, Stanley O'Neal $91 million
- AT&T CEO, Edward Whiteacre, $60 million
- Coca Cola CEO, Neville Isdell, $32 million
Businessweek just did and interesting article on the relationship between a CEO home size and the stock performance. There study indicates that company stock of the CEOs who have a smaller home tend to do better than the ones who have the mega mansions.
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