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Rich rewards outlast Silber's reign

BU has paid him $7m since 2003

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / May 10, 2006

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John Silber, who was one of the most handsomely paid university presidents in the nation, has received about $7 million in deferred compensation and other benefits from Boston University since he stepped down as chancellor in 2003. (Full article: 817 words)

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