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Resource ID: #21575
Subject: Nonprofits
Source: New York Times
Affiliation: 
Date: July 4

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This contest entry looks at the outrageous salaries of some of this country's top orchestra and symphony conductors and executives. In some cases, the conductors' salaries exceeded those of the organizations' nonprofit missions. In one example, Lorin Maazel, the conductor of the New York Philharmonic, reported a $2,280,000 salary, despite the fact that the organization was facing a $2 million deficit.

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