CEOs of rescued companies head home to work

03/30/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

They might have lost their corporate jets and country club memberships, but the CEOs of some companies that received government bailouts do have the option of living far from the home office. Chrysler Group's Sergio Marchionne splits his time between Detroit and Italy; GMAC's Michael Carpenter is based in Greenwich, Conn.; and Robert Benmosche of New York-based American International Group lives in Florida.

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