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Should Prince Pay It All Back?

Thursday, 8 Apr 2010 | 8:20 AM ET
Citigroup's former CEO Charles Prince will take home roughly $40 million as he retires from the company.
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Citigroup's former CEO Charles Prince will take home roughly $40 million as he retires from the company.

In 2007, Citigroup CEO Chuck Prince resigned under pressure. Citi's market value dropped by $64 billion during Prince's tenure. On Prince's way out, the board gave him a $125 million exit bonus on top of the $68 million in stock and options he accumulated over his years at the company.

Do you think Prince should be forced to give the money back? Share your opinion in the poll below.


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