New York (Nov. 12, 2003) -- In an era replete with stratospheric salaries for many of the nation’s corporate chiefs, Public Company Accounting Oversight Board Chairman William McDonough urged company directors to re-examine executive compensation.

“Corporate directors should think long and hard about the compensation of the executives who head the corporations they are sworn to protect,” McDonough said during a corporate securities lecture at Fordham University.

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