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Eckhard Pfeiffer, CEO of Compaq and dubbed the Great Satan of Haircuts, has had a pay rise that is enough to make your hair stand on end. And the employees laid off by Compaq over the last six months will certainly be scratching their heads. Reports said that Pfeiffer now earns a paltry $30 million a year or so, despite the fact his firm made something of a loss during last year. If you comb through the figures, the package will shock you to your roots. That's the bald truth. ® leftHaircut rated Four Vultures by our resident barber

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