Tuesday, July 12, 2005

BBC Execs get 25% pay rise

BBC executives accepted bonuses of up to 25% of their salaries last year, despite the threat of redundancy looming over thousands of BBC workers.

Director general Mark Thompson waived his right to a bonus, saying "it just wouldn't have felt right".

Broadcasting unions accused the BBC of "corporate greed" amid the cutbacks.
More from BBC News.

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