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First Union's Profit Slump to Cost Brass Cash Bonuses

DEC 1, 1999 2:00am ET

Edward Crutchfield, chairman and chief executive officer of First Union Corp., and some 250 senior executive employees will forgo cash bonuses for 1999 as a result of unexpectedly low earnings and a sharp decline in the company's stock price.

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