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Diane Hens, senior manager for the American Cancer Society, is known for being unapologetic about her company’s advocacy work for cancer patients. But that doesn’t mean she doesn’t make money from her position.
On Saturday, The Times reported on Hens’s personal wealth: She used $100,000 to buy two shares of Apple — a $250,000 profit from one.
In fact, as Bloomberg notes, Hens’s annual salary from the U.S. Cancer Society now amounts to nearly $650,000. And it’s only the latest in a parade of big paydays.
We’ve written about some of the most striking examples.
In June, the chief executive officer of JPMorgan agreed to pay $5.5 million to settle a U.S. bribery investigation related to his activities with the country’s largest bank, the Financial Times and others reported.
As the Times’ John Markoff reported, “JPMorgan settled by sending a memo to employees saying that while he had not been charged with a crime, any decision to break the law was one that should be made by senior management.”
In March, UBS Group AG agreed to pay $500 million to settle a federal investigation into how senior executives worked together to manipulate the commodities market through their financial decisions in 2007, the Times wrote at the time, with “no suggestion that any illegal activity occurred.”
The latest examples are the result of a new SEC mandate that is forcing banks to disclose to investors how much they’ve paid to executives for public speeches and other activities that are funded by corporate profits at that bank, according to Reuters.
“It’s a wake-up call for everyone that a lot of public money goes to executives who make money off of public
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