The Financial Times is running a series called Barons of Bankruptcy that examines how much cash was pocketed by executives of companies that have filed for bankruptcy over the past three years. Not surprisingly the list is headed by execs from the likes of Enron and Global Crossing. Global Crossing’s CEO alone made $512 million from 1999 until the time the company filed for bankruptcy. One can only hope that the miserable cult of CEO worshipping morons will be forever and utterly banished, but I find that unlikely. Here’s the short cut to a table containing the real dirt.