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  • Avista CEO’s pay fell in 2015

    Scott Morris, Avista’s chairman and chief executive, earned $3.6 million in total compensation last year.

  • Shawn Vestal: CEO sees what’s right for workers as best for business

    It’s been a week since Dan Price became the newsiest CEO in the land by cutting his own pay and setting his company’s bottom salary at $70,000. The decision made …

  • Avista’s top executive earns $5.5 million in 2014

    Avista Corp. paid its top executive about $5.5 million in total compensation last year. Scott Morris, chairman and chief executive officer of the Spokane-based utility, earned about 90 percent more …

  • Avista executive compensation lower

    Pay for Avista Corp.’s top five executives dropped last year as a result of lower stock awards and changing pension values. Scott Morris, chairman and chief executive officer of the …

  • Incoming Altria Group CEO made $10.3M in ’12

    RICHMOND, Va. — Marlboro maker Altria Group Inc.’s incoming CEO Martin J. Barrington received a pay package valued at $10.3 million for fiscal 2012, according to an Associated Press analysis …

  • Avista proposal decried as too high

    Avista Corp. is asking too much of its customers in its latest push to raise rates 6.3 percent for electricity and 6.9 percent for natural gas, the Washington Attorney General’s …

  • Shawn Vestal: Wages fall depending on where workers fall

    The story of the Spokane economy is a good news-bad news scenario. But it’s no joke. The recovery has arrived with a vengeance for some people. Everyone else is still …

  • Avista reports salary, bonus figures

    Avista Corp. Chairman and CEO Scott Morris earned $3.25 million in total compensation last year, the utility reported Wednesday. Morris’ salary was unchanged from 2009, but a bigger bonus and …

  • Executive pay targeted

    WASHINGTON – The Obama administration plans to significantly cut the pay of executives at the seven companies that have received the most bailout money, reacting to a growing outcry about …



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