Executives at Mellon Bank Corp. paid the price for last year's losses in a securities lending business through substantial cuts in their bonuses, according to the bank's proxy statement.

Compensation for Frank Cahouet, who is chairman, president, and chief executive of the Pittsburgh-based bank, dipped 5% last year, to $3.7 million, because of a 26.6% cut in his bonus.

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