N.Y. Times CEO Stands to Make $5 Million Next Year

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By: Reuters

(Reuters) – Mark Thompson, the newly appointed chief executive of The New York Times Co, stands to receive compensation of $5 million next year, according to a U.S. regulatory filing on Friday.

Thompson, outgoing director-general of the British Broadcasting Corp, will receive a compensation package that includes $1 million in an annual base salary, plus bonuses and $3 million in performance-based stock and stock options.

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