Board members’ pay deemed excessive, justified

"The fee is a function of a number of factors. It's the size of the company, the complexity of the business..." - Edward Mazze, dean, URI College of Business
Compensation to board of directors at Rhode Island-based public companies range from a few thousand dollars to as much as $90,000, not including other fees for attendance and involvement in committees. Some in the business world say the high-end of the fee range is justified, while others say they are in excess. “The fee is…

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