Paul Dacre paid almost £3m in final year as Daily Mail editor

Paul Dacre paid almost £3m in final year as Daily Mail editor
 

Paul Dacre took home almost £3m in his last year as editor of the Daily Mail.
Dacre, who ended a 26-year stint in that role in the summer but remains with the company as chairman and editor-in-chief of Associated Newspapers, received total remuneration of £2.68m in 2018. He received a salary of £1.45m and £66,000 in taxable benefits.
The 70-year old was also awarded a £1.17m payout as part of the parent company Daily Mail & General Trust’s long-term investment plan (LTIP). His total remuneration was up on 2017’s £2.3m.
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7 December 2018 in Business, Views: 49
Source: Guardian
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