CEO layoff leaders also led in pay in '09-study


* CEOs with most layoffs paid 42 pct over S&P 500 average * Study sees costs to layoffs BOSTON, Sept 1 (Reuters) - As U.S. companies shed millions of workers during the recession, the CEOs who laid off the most people brought home pay that was significantly higher than that of their peers, a study released on Thursday found. The CEOs of the 50 U.S. companies that laid off the most workers between November 2008 and April 2010 were paid $12 million on average in 2009, or 42 percent ...

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