The public has railed against the perks going to CEOs ousted when their companies went on financial life support. But what about the CEO who left earlier, when the company may have been quietly hemorrhaging? E. Stanley O'Neal, former CEO of Merrill Lynch, is entitled to free Manhattan office space and a paid executive assistant through October 2010. Not bad, but former Citigroup CEOs Charles Prince and John Reed also get their own car and driver.
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