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Judge backs ruling in favor of fired MassMutual chief

Termination benefits may be worth $50m

Robert J. O'Connell was accused of misusing special trading accounts and company aircraft. Robert J. O'Connell was accused of misusing special trading accounts and company aircraft. (MARK MURRY/SPRINGFIELD UNION-NEWS/VIA AP)
By Ross Kerber
Globe Staff / January 4, 2007

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A Superior Court judge upheld a finding that MassMutual Financial Group unjustly fired chief executive Robert J. O'Connell in 2005 and should pay him termination benefits his lawyers put at $50 million. (Full article: 653 words)

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