MCLEAN, Va. -- Former Gannett Co. (GCI) CEO Craig Dubow's received a severance package valued at about $32 million after chronic health problems prompted his resignation from the largest U.S. newspaper publisher.The owner of USA Today and more than 80 other U.S. newspapers disclosed the details of Dubow's compensation in a regulatory filing late Friday. A contract that Dubow signed in February 2007 guaranteed he would receive his full pension, stock awards, a severance payment and other benefits if he became disabled.
Former Gannett CEO Gets $32M Package
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