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Road to the top: How the new Kraft bosses measure up

2 commentsBy Caroline Scott-Thomas , 13-Dec-2011

Kraft Foods is set to split into two companies next year, with Irene Rosenfeld at the helm of a new $31bn global snacks firm and Anthony (Tony) Vernon to head the $17bn North American grocery company. FoodNavigator-USA looks at the paths they each took to reach the top jobs at Kraft.

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Sweel compensation committee

Wonder if she would work as hard for, say, $5mil?

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Posted by chas toma
16 December 2011 | 02h052011-12-16T02:05:11Z

Are you kidding me?

Over 19 Million in total compensation?

That makes me sick.

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Posted by JimBob
15 December 2011 | 17h462011-12-15T17:46:58Z

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