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Friday, April 4, 2008 | On voiceofsandiego.org yesterday, an article mentions that Sempra CEO Donald Felsinger earned $7.3 million last year, a $471,000 pay cut from 2006, the Associated Press reports.

And in the San Diego Daily Transcript on April 3, there was an article that said Intel’s CEO, Paul Otellini doubled his compensation in 2007 to $12.3 million and Chevron’s CEO got a 17 percent increase over the last year for a total pay package of $15.7 million.

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You think this (local utility) guy is worth half the compensation of the other two major, international companies?

Question is: who is underpaid and/or overpaid?

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