WASHINGTON, Nov 26 (Reuters) - U.S. corporate executives should forgo big bonuses since the economy is faltering and hundreds of thousand of workers face job cuts, President-elect Barack Obama said in an ABC News interview airing on Wednesday. "I think that if you are already worth tens of millions of dollars, and you are having to lay off workers, the least you can do is say, I'm willing to make some sacrifice as well," Obama said. Executive bonuses have been strongly criticized as U.S. ...
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