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Former Windstream CEO's Exit Tied to Performance
Tony Thomas, Windstream's former CFO, is now CEO.

Former Windstream CEO's Exit Tied to Performance

In an interview, Windstream CEO Tony Thomas said his predecessor's departure was in part due to poor performance.
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J.B. Hunt CEO's Pay at $4.3M in 2014

John N. Roberts III, the president and CEO of J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. of Lowell, was paid more than $4.3 million in 2014 and exercised stock options for another $906,752.
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Deltic Executive Pay Drops in 2014

Despite Deltic Timber's strong earnings in 2014, compensation paid four of the five top Deltic executive officers dropped compared with 2013.
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Windstream Executives Saw Pay Bump in 2014

Former CEO Jeff Gardner and his replacement, Tony Thomas, both saw pay increases in 2014 compared to the year before.
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