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But Ms. Mayer fired him just 14 months later, resulting in a $58 million severance payout.
The council will vote on the Petro's final severance amount at its June 19 meeting, Vassar said.
However, whether out of guilt or because there’s lots of money in the corporate petty cash account, severance packages with Ford are downright exceptional.
Handel resigned amid the controversy and reportedly turned down a severance package.
Top execs such as Chairman Strauss Zelnick and Chief Executive Ben Feder would be covered under a separate severance agreement, though details of that package were not revealed.
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SEVERANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of severance for English Language Learners
: the act of ending someone's employment
: the act of ending a relationship, connection, etc.
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