UK: Bumper pay sees seven Tesco directors take home more than a million
Sir Terry Leahy, CEO of UK retailing giant Tesco, took home a pay packet worth £2.45m (US$3.55m) for his work during 2001, a 53% increase year-on-year, comprising of a basic salary of £842,000, plus £8,000 in profit-sharing, £25,000 in benefits and a further £1.5m through the group's short-term and long-term incentive schemes.
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