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Board members profit from part-time work

An accountant, a lawyer and two retired executives each collected more than $475,000 last year - and one topped $600,000 - doing part-time work for multiple Wisconsin companies, according to review of Securities and Exchange Commission data by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Cary Spivak. The men are members of corporate America's most elite club: the board of directors. By creating a unique database of board members for the state’s 50 or so public companies, Spivak was able to identify trends and cross-connections between boards. The package included a searchable database of all the board members, their pay packages and the boards they sit on.

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