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Simmons declined to speak on how involved she was in compensation discussions. She also declined to comment on the theory that giving Wall Street executives exorbitant pay to reward short-term profits could have contributed to the poor decision-making that precipitated the financial meltdown.

The president of Brown, facing the implications of her service on the Goldman Sachs compensation committee foursquare.

Margaret Soltan, October 11, 2011 4:36AM
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