/// Sprint Chief Cuts Pay After Shareholder Criticism

May 5, 2012  |  All Things Digital

Sprint Nextel Chief Executive Dan Hesse agreed to cut $3.25 million from his compensation after shareholders complained it didn’t reflect the hefty upfront expense of carrying the iPhone. Hesse, in a letter filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission Friday, said he was voluntarily cutting some short- and long-term bonuses as well as some stock awards. Read the rest of this post on the original site

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Sprint Chief Cuts Pay After Shareholder Criticism


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