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MasterCard CEO got $11.9M in 2010 compensation

The CEO of MasterCard Inc. received 2010 compensation valued at nearly $11.9 million after taking over the credit card company's top job midway through the year, according to an AP analysis of documents filed with regulators on Friday. Full story

Amazon CEO's compensation fell 6 percent in 2010 Inc. CEO and founder Jeff Bezos received $1.7 million in compensation last year, a dip of 6 percent from 2009, according to an Associated Press analysis of a Wednesday regulatory filing. Full story

Staples CEO's pay package rises 41 percent in 2010

Higher stock awards and a bigger bonus tied to the company's performance helped push Staples' CEO's pay package up 41 percent to $15.1 million in 2010, when the office supply chain's net income rose despite little revenue growth, according to a document the company filed Monday with the Securities a Full story

MGM Resorts CEO Murren paid nearly $9.8M in 2010

MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren took a nearly $4 million pay cut in 2010 as the casino operator's loss grew from the year before, according to an Associated Press analysis of a regulatory filing the company made Monday. Full story

Zale extends maturity of some of its debt

Jewelry retailer Zale Corp. is extending the maturity of $120 million of its credit facility by more than two and a half years. Full story

Report: Authorities examining banks' moves on rate

Federal authorities are investigating whether some major banks conspired to improperly manipulate an important interest rate before and during the financial crisis, according to a published report. Full story

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