KB Home to Cut C.E.O.’s Bonus After His Rant Against Kathy Griffin

NY Times

By Tiffany Hsu

Jeffrey Mezger, chief executive of the homebuilder KB Home, will take a 25 percent cut to his year-end bonus as a result of his sexist and homophobic outburst against his neighbor, the comedian Kathy Griffin, the company said Thursday.

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