$122 Million Payday for World's Worst CEO

By Crowdability, on Friday, July 29, 2016

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$122 Million Payday for World's Worst CEO

After Verizon’s deal to acquire Yahoo was announced on Monday, the Internet erupted in outrage that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer could collect as much as $55 million. After all, Fox Business named her one of the world’s worst CEOs. But as it turns out, the $55 million number grossly understates Mayer’s payday »


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