FLASHBACK - Even for Rungs Below the Top, Goldman Bonuses Were Hefty | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


FLASHBACK - Even for Rungs Below the Top, Goldman Bonuses Were Hefty

Goldman Sachs already has the highest-paid chief executive on Wall Street. Now, even his lieutenants make more than nearly all other C.E.O.’s on the Street.

The investment bank paid its two co-presidents, Gary D. Cohn and Jon Winkelried, bonuses of about $52.5 million each for the 2006 fiscal year, the firm said in a regulatory filing yesterday. Added to their $600,000 salaries, Mr. Cohn and Mr. Winkelried made nearly $53 million.

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