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May 29, 1994 | DONNA K.H. WALTERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mattel Inc. pays its executives well, and it's certainly not play money. All of Mattel's top five executives ranked in the top 30 of the most highly compensated executives among the state's 100 largest public companies--a record matched by no other company on the list. Leading the way was Joseph C. Gandolfo, president of operations and the fourth-ranking officer of the El Segundo toy maker. His total compensation in 1993 of nearly $7.
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BUSINESS
May 29, 1994 | KATHY M. KRISTOF, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite a historic legislative effort to hold down towering salaries, the pay of top executives at California's biggest public companies thrust upward with tremendous force in 1993. This isn't to say executive pay hasn't changed. It has, in major ways. Pay is now much more related to a company's performance. And the elements that make up an executive's compensation package are far more complex. But in terms of overall magnitude, the numbers just keep getting larger. Consider: * Michael D.
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August 9, 1987 | DEBRA WHITEFIELD, Times Staff Writer
Joseph C. Gandolfo had more reasons than most to flinch when America's television pioneer was sold last month to a foreign competitor. Newcomer though Gandolfo is to the RCA family, as manager of RCA's flagship color TV plant in this southern Indiana college town he is well-versed in America's losing battle for survival in a business it created. He has heard the lore countless times: RCA invents color television.
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