Suffolk University on Wednesday announced the retirement, immediately, of David J. Sargent as president. Sargent has led the institution since 1989, but as The Boston Globe reported, some on the board (and others) have argued in recent years that his compensation package (currently $1.5 million) is too large and that he has excluded many at the university from a meaningful role in making decisions.
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