'U' Regents to review compensation policies

The Minnesota Daily reports that the U's board of regents will review executive compensation packages after scrutiny from the media suggested that some top administrators were overpaid in times of decreasing government support and rising tuition.
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The Minnesota Daily reports that the U's board of regents will review executive compensation packages after scrutiny from the media suggested that some top administrators were overpaid in times of decreasing government support and rising tuition.

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