Sprint's ex-CEO Forsee made $21.4M in 2007

Sprint's former chairman and CEO Gary Forsee's compensation during 2007 was valued at $21.8 million, which marks a 47 percent increase from the previous year. Last year was a difficult year for Sprint since its subscriber base dropped along with its profits, which led to Forsee's resignation in October. According to an SEC filing, Sprint paid Forsee $1.5 million in salary, $1.5 million in non-equity incentive payments, $59,805 in above-market earnings on deferred compensation and $8.3 million in other compensation.

To compare Forsee's payment to other executives at public wireless companies, check out our recent Executive Pay feature here.

For more on Forsee's 2007 package:
- read this article from the AP

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