The WSJ reports that a number of top mutual fund managers did very well for themselves in 2008 even as those who invested with them lost their shirts. Some CEOs and chief investment officers pulled down $4 to 5 million while their funds were off 16% and 38%. Always nice to see merit rewarded in the free market....

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