Monday, March 23, 2009

Even in slump, firms find way for bonuses

WASHINGTON — FBR Capital Markets failed to reach its performance goals in 2008.
But the board of the Arlington, Va., investment bank awarded six-figure payouts to its executives anyway. The awards, the company said in a regulatory filing, recognize that executives "perform functions that are not directly related to the corporate performance" of the company.

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