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Supreme Court will decide interpreters’ compensation

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decide whether the costs of document translators are covered under a federal statute that requires the losing party in litigation to pay for “compensation for interpreters.” The case, Taniguchi v. Kan Pacific ...

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Many federal workers out-earn private sector labor

WASHINGTON — The average federal worker earns about 2 percent more than a private sector worker in a comparable profession, though the government’s generous pension system means that overall compensation is significantly higher, a government study released Monday said. Once ...

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Brody, Manning and Daniels highest-paid private college leaders

William R. Brody of the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore was the second highest-paid president of a private college in the United States in 2009, according to a list published Monday by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Brody was the ...

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Former CareFirst CEO William Jews will receive entire $18M severance

Former CareFirst Inc. CEO William L. Jews will receive his entire $18 million severance package after the state’s highest court on Monday declined to hear an appeal from the Maryland Insurance Administration. The Court of Appeals’ decision ends a legal ...

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Constellation deal doesn’t have change of control payments

A few years ago, during the last effort to sell Constellation Energy Group Inc., CEO Mayo A. Shattuck III stood to make nearly $50 million under a clause in his employment contract dealing with change of ownership at the company. ...

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Southwest CEO 2010 compensation more than doubled

Southwest Airlines Co., BWI’s largest carrier, more than doubled the compensation for its CEO last year, to nearly $3.4 million, thanks mainly to a stock award worth $1.8 million. Gary C. Kelly was rewarded for a big jump in Southwest’s income ...

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Gansler: Victim compensation fund is speculative

State attorneys general and major mortgage lenders are a “long way” from reaching a settlement in the prosecutors’ investigation of “robo-signing” and other alleged activities that have brought the legitimacy of thousands of foreclosures into question, Maryland Attorney General Douglas ...

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