It’s a Wal-Mart world; other retail executives just play in it.
The world’s largest retailer dominated among executives receiving the highest compensation in 2008. For the second consecutive year, H. Lee Scott Jr., who departed in February as president and chief executive officer, ranked first with a $30.2 million package. Other company officers were in the sixth, eighth and 10th spots as the discounter was a standout performer in a barren retail landscape, producing a 5.3 percent increase in net income as revenues surpassed $401 billion.
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