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Getty chief's high compensation, management style under fire

Jason Felch, Robin Fields and Louise Roug of the Los Angeles Times investigate Getty Chief Executive Barry Munitz and his handling of the nonprofit. Declining stock markets helped in the nonprofit's two-year $1 billion loss, leading to cutbacks and layoffs. Two days following a series of layoffs the Getty paid $72,000 for an SUV for Munitz. The board of directors also approved an increase in pay for Munitz; "placing him among the highest-paid foundation chiefs, museum directors and university presidents in the nation ..." The story includes three graphics detailing the executive's compensation and perks.

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