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Wednesday, September 07, 2005

More MSFT v. Google: Tantalizing Court Records: "...The document also has details of the package Lee received from Google:

...he was offered an extremely generous compensation package, described internally at Google as 'unprecedented'...it included: (1) a signing bonus of $2.5 million, (2) an additional bonus of $1.5 million after the first year, (3) a base salary of $250,000 per year....(4) options for 10,000 shares of Google stock, (5) a grant of 20,000 Google Stock Units over four years (with a value of over $5 million...) "


Yowzer! That is a lot of money for an engineer!

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