Mark Richt wrapped up UGA’s 2009 football season with a 8-5 season and a bowl victory over Texas A&M. For that, and for everything else he does, Richt made more than $3 million last year.
Grady CEO’s $291K bonus stirs criticism Governor spends big on North Georgia land GBI: Floyd magistrate judge’s fraud totaled $500K Candidates tap familiar sources for campaign cash Opinion: How many millions will ATL favoritism cost us? Barrow Co. fire chief accused of stealing cable TV service
UGA President Michael Adams on Thursday defended a $90,000-a-year raise awarded to athletic director Damon Evans. With automatic annual raises and a retention bonus, Evans could earn $3.2 million under the five-year deal.
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Judge Oxendine removed from non-profit board Ethics panel probing further into Oxendine campaign Justices weigh $4.5 million bonus awarded lawyers in Ga. litigation DeKalb pays homeless man $165K for kicking him out State Web site errs in listing places with vaccine Georgia high on list of dropout factories Alford: Clean coal plant no environmental threat Opinion: […]
The United Way would not disclose CEO Milton Little‘s salary when the AJC wrote about compensation for his predecessor, Mark O’Connell, in 2007. Now the organization has filed tax forms reporting Little’s 2008 compensation as nearly $436,000, including benefits and $77,000 in expenses.
Georgia’s high school graduation rate ‘in crisis’ State worker racks up huge retirement bonus Editorial: UGA has lost credibility on biosafety Canceled DeKalb master parks plan may offer clues on future of park system
Former Grady Memorial Hospital CEO Otis Story has settled a lawsuit over his 2008 firing. Story will receive “less than a year’s pay,” as well as a bonus and moving expenses that were included in his employment contract but never paid, Grady general counsel Timothy Jefferson said. No total was disclosed, but “it won’t be an earth-shattering amount,” Jefferson said.