NYSE Pay Trial Finally Going to Court Back in 2003, the New York Stock Exchange board voted to give Chairman Richard Grasso a pay package exceeding $130 million. New York attorney general Eliot Spitzer filed charges against Grasso, and the head of the board's compensation committee.

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NYSE Pay Trial Finally Going to Court

NYSE Pay Trial Finally Going to Court

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Back in 2003, the New York Stock Exchange board voted to give Chairman Richard Grasso a pay package exceeding $130 million. New York attorney general Eliot Spitzer filed charges against Grasso, and the head of the board's compensation committee, for violating non-profit laws on pay. Three years later, the two are about to stand trial.