Worry? Not at Global Crossing
Most people in John Legere's shoes would be feeling a little glum right now. The CEO of telecom provider Global Crossing has seen his company become the fourth-largest corporate bankruptcy in U.S. history. The Securities & Exchange Commission is conducting an inquiry into its accounting. And Legere has been called before Congress to testify about, among other things, the tens of millions of dollars in compensation he earned as Global Crossing's stock collapsed.
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