NEW YORK - As far as the executive suite is concerned, it's almost as if the fund scandal and corporate governance issues did not happen.

Earnings in 2003 were so strong, that most executive compensation committees are voting their CEOs and directors a bonus or a raise. Directors at Fortune 200 companies are looking at raises of between 5% and 15%, while CEOs are looking at average bonuses of 10% to 15%, according to a recent press briefing here by executive compensation consultants Pearl Meyer & Partners of New York.

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