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A BBC executive who earns more than £100,000 has been cut out of their parents' will after their salary was revealed in a list of the corporation's top earners.
The manager, who has not been named, was disinherited when the manager's parents discovered the size of their child's pay packet.
He probably hasn't been that honest/fair to them or they are just disgusted by his salary/greed.
Good action from them, that will show him who has better ethics.
The BBC published the names and salaries of 107 senior staff last November which showed that more than 382 executives earn more than £100,000.
Almost a third of employees on the list received salaries of £160,000 or more, a quarter received between £130,000 and £159,999, while just under half were paid between £100,000 and £130,000.
It was the first time the BBC had outlined the job titles and departments of those earning the biggest salaries. However, bosses stopped short of naming the majority of employees on the £100k list or explaining what they do to justify their salaries.