Delta CEO would refuse millions in merger compensation

The chief executive of Delta Air Lines said he will not take change-in-control compensation that he would be entitled to if the airline merges with another carrier. The move indicates that Richard Anderson plans to stay with Delta after a potential merger. Under his contract, he is eligible for up to $15 million in stock and other benefits, and that compensation would vest immediately if the airline merged with another carrier.

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