Federal officials cut pay for top executives by more than half at institutions receiving "exceptional" government assistance during the financial crisis, but ultimately did little to affect the way corporate America pays its top talent, a federal panel said Thursday.

"What seemed an opportunity for sweeping reform now appears likely to leave a far more modest legacy," said former Delaware Sen. Ted Kaufman, chairman of the Congressional Oversight Panel.

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