Decaying orbit: Sirius finally pushed through its long-anticipated merger with rival XM - just as the crumbling economics of the car industry put new pressure on the cash-burning company.
Why others are miserable: Sirius was once one of Wall Street's favorite growth stories, rocketing to $7 and change from under a dollar a share between 2003 and 2005. But the stock has plunged back to $1.60 or so since, and analysts worry that the merged companies may face soaring costs as they refinance debt.
What he makes: $32 million
What shareholders have lost: $2 billion (46%)
Misery Index: 78
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