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BMC paid chief executive $3.5m on top of salary

By David Abel
Globe Staff / September 22, 2009

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A year before Boston Medical Center reported its first loss in five years, the hospital paid its chief executive, Elaine Ullian, $3.5 million in deferred compensation on top of her $1.35 million salary and benefits, according to a recent filing with the state attorney general’s office. (Full article: 376 words)

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