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Pension hike lifts NStar chief’s ’09 take to $7.4m

CEO’S COMPENSATION Thomas J. May, who has run NStar since 1999, received a $1.8 million bonus and $2.4 million in stock awards in 2009. CEO’S COMPENSATION
Thomas J. May, who has run NStar since 1999, received a $1.8 million bonus and $2.4 million in stock awards in 2009.
By Todd Wallack
Globe Staff / March 17, 2010

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NStar chief executive Thomas J. May received a nearly 40 percent increase in compensation last year, partly because of an accounting change in the value of his pension, boosting his total take to $7.4 million for 2009, according to a recent securities filing. (Full article: 428 words)

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