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Several top executives of Idaho’s seven publicly traded companies took home multimillion-dollar compensation packages in their companies’ latest fiscal years. The seven CEOs received a broad range of changes to their compensation packages — from an 18 percent reduction for Micron’s Mark Durcan who made $9.4 million after the cut, to an 82 percent increase for U.S. Ecology’s Jeff Feeler, who made $1.4 million. Idaho Statesman staff
Several top executives of Idaho’s seven publicly traded companies took home multimillion-dollar compensation packages in their companies’ latest fiscal years. The seven CEOs received a broad range of changes to their compensation packages — from an 18 percent reduction for Micron’s Mark Durcan who made $9.4 million after the cut, to an 82 percent increase for U.S. Ecology’s Jeff Feeler, who made $1.4 million. Idaho Statesman staff

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UPDATED July 01, 2016 06:24 AM

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