BlackBerry CEO in line for $55 million payday if company is sold
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins has more than 55 million reasons to sell the company. Bloomberg reports that Heins will receive a pay package worth $55.6 million if he sells the company and if he’s subsequently ousted as CEO. Heins’ severance package includes a $22 million salary along with “incentive payments and equity awards, based on the March 28th share price.
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