Economy

October 15, 2009 8:00 PM

Outgoing BofA chief Lewis won't get paid this year

Outgoing Bank of America Corp. chief executive Ken Lewis will receive no compensation in 2009 after a review by the Obama administration's pay czar. Lewis received $1.5 million in salary in 2008 but no bonus. He will pay back the salary he has already received this year.

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