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State controller wants details about Edison pay after San Onofre deal
State controller wants details about Edison pay after San Onofre deal

State Controller Betty Yee is asking top Southern California Edison executives for information about their pay increases over the last two years at a time the company was facing soaring costs of permanently closing its San Onofre nuclear power plant. Yee said she wants the data from the Rosemead utility and its parent company, Edison International, because of the almost $5-billion cost to company shareholders and about 14 million ratepayers in much of Southern California. "In light of these egregious penalties and economic harm" that ratepayers and shareholders will have to absorb, "I would expect top executives' compensation to be adjusted accordingly," Yee...

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