Golden Parachute at Louisville
March 30, 2010
The University of Louisville has agreed to pay $1 million to a former administrator who was asked to leave his job, The Louisville Courier-Journal reported. The revelation follows another report in the newspaper about a lobbyist paid not to work.
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