ST. LOUIS (KSDK) – Testimonies continue for the eighth day in the trial of the Queen of Beer versus the King of Beers trial Wednesday morning. Day 8 has featured testimony from a former Human Resources employee at Anheuser Busch who worked on executive compensation.
Gary Glassman told jurors "salary reviews took six months and was a rigorous process." He said Francine Katz's review was no different than others on the key strategy committee. Glassman testified that in 2000, Katz mad 101% of median salary of public relations benchmarks.
Francine Katz, the former highest paid female executive at Anheuser Busch, is suing for sex discrimination.
She was paid $1,000,000 a year as Vice President of Corporate Communications while her predecessor John Jacob made $4,500,000 per years.
On Tuesday, August Busch IV took the witness stand and emerged from seclusion after more than four years.
Francine Katz, a former high-ranking executive at Anheuser Busch, filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the brewery and saying she didn't receive equal compensation compared to her male counterparts as well as her predecessor, John Jacob.
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So far, former CEOs August Busch III, Patrick Stokes and Busch IV have taken to the stand as well as Katz and Jacob.
Katz's side could possibly rest by the end of this week.