Fannie Mae Bonus's next up...

Discussion in 'Political Zone' started by sbark, Mar 18, 2009.

  1. sbark

    sbark Well-Known Member

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    up to 600k.....

    Fannie Mae disclosed its "broad-based" retention program in a recent regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company was only required to disclose the amounts for the top-paid executives, who will pocket at least $470,000 on top of their base salaries. The bonuses are more than double last year's, which ranged from $200,000 to $260,000.

    wonder if B.Frank Love "buddy" gets one?
  2. Dallas

    Dallas Old bulletproof tiger

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    Notice how Freddie hasn't announced its bonuses yet? You can bet your savings that they are paying particularl attention to what public outcry comes now that Fannie has disclosed this.
  3. CowboyMcCoy

    CowboyMcCoy Business is a Boomin

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    I'm glad corporate corruption is out on the table for America to see. Now, the question is, what does the public do about it?

    Remain apathetic?

    This has been happening since BEFORE the Enron/Halliburton debacle. What to do, what to do. . .
  4. MetalHead

    MetalHead Benched

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    How much is Maxine Waters getting?
  5. sbark

    sbark Well-Known Member

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    wonder if B.Frank will DEMAND the names of recipients here also....death threats regardless...

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