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Martha Coakley targets nonprofit CEO pay

Attorney General Martha Coakley vowed Thursday to order Massachusetts nonprofits to disclose more information about their executive compensation after her office determined that some of the state’s most prominent nonprofits offered their chiefs generous salaries and perks unavailable to most workers.

A survey of 25 large health insurers, universities, and other Massachusetts charitable organizations, released Thursday by Coakley’s office, found that all of them paid their leaders between $487,000 and $8.8 million a year in total compensation each year between 2009 and 2011.

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