U.s., Europe Split On Exec Bonuses

U.S., Europe split on exec bonuses

How far to go in limiting bankers' bonuses looms as one of the toughest issues at this week's summit of world leaders in Pittsburgh, with clear differences between the U.S. and Europe.

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