Corporate Greed Runs Amuck at Liberty Mutual
Liberty Mutual's CEO is very well paid, to say the least.
Your tax money keeps the bigwigs at Liberty Mutual in the clover.
Boston's Liberty Mutual insurance company got tax breaks last year from the state of Massachusetts and the city of Boston totaling $46.5 million, while its CEO, Ted Kelly, just recently retired, was paid a compensation package in salary, stock and bonuses worth upwards of $50 million. That's just under a million a week, $192,000 a day. $24,000 an hour. Members who sit on the board at Liberty Mutual are required to attend four board meetings a year, for which they are paid $200,000 a year, plus expenses. In a private hangar just outside of Boston with heated ramps surrounded by a razor-topped barbed wire fence sit five Gulfstream jet aircraft, each worth thirty million dollars.
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