That’s the annual revenue of United Casualty parent, Unitrin, a company with a branded glass tower at One Wacker Drive in Chicago. To put things in perspective, even if United Casualty had paid policy limits to our clients for damages caused to their homes by Hurricane Charley, it would have probably still been shy of the $4.1 million CEO Richard C. Vie made in 2006, according to Forbes Magazine. Associated Press reporter Anthony McCarthy offers a glimpse of how over 40 low-income families are still living in mold-infested homes, some in very poor health as a result, nearly four years after the storm hit. I wonder if that sort of CEO compensation is justified when leadership risks shareholder value simply because it can’t live up to the services promised at the very core of its product. I will bet that the senior management have never been to one of their customer’s homes in Arcadia before or after the loss. It is pretty obvious what the company management wants out of the relationship with its policyholder customers.