$56 million golden parachute? That's what awaits Heinz CEO William Johnson if he is fired by the company's new owners. In addition to the $56 million golden parachute, Johnson is entitled to a payout of $99.7 million in vested stock and $57 million in deferred compensation benefits that he accrued over his 30-year career with Heinz.
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