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High-End Health Care in the Boardroom – DealBook Blog – NYTimes.com

Spouse travel at Footlocker, out of state physicals at Stryker and executive physicals at Norfolk Southern.

Directors and executives at Norfolk Southern may be among the healthiest out there, judging from the proxy that the company filed Tuesday.  That’s because the railroad operator covers up to $10,000 a year in medical expenses for each nonexecutive director as well as a group of top executives, including Charles W. Moorman IV, its chairman and chief executive. Mr. Moorman spent $4,800 on his physical last year and another $4,800 in 2007. Four other executives spent between $3,800 and $4,800 on the perk.

via High-End Health Care in the Boardroom – DealBook Blog – NYTimes.com.

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