WASHINGTON - The government this week revived its aging plan to limit golden parachutes for bank and thrift employees at troubled institutions.

Because the industry is so healthy today, the rule will not affect many institutions. But it will provide a guidepost for writing employment contracts by clearing up questions that have been hanging since 1990.

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