Happy Monday to Bonnie Fuller: With just five days left on her contract, AMI has recycled the editorial harridan's paperwork for another three years. Fuller will keep her base salary of $1.5 million per year, and the only change to this round of paperwork is the potential for more bonus pay: she had previously earned an average bonus of $275,000 per year, but that has been upped to a guaranteed minimum of $500,000, provided that Star doesn't deteriorate into bag-lady toilet paper. At the end of the day, it's the same luscious paycheck, the same angry staffers pissing in her soup.

The Times also reports that Fuller fractured her ankle last week while stumbling in an obstacle course at the gym. Such a shame — all that renewed editorial glory, already marred by metaphor.

Bonnie Fuller, Editor at Star, Signs Contract [NYT]
Earlier: Gawker's Coverage of AMI Mania