Category: CEO Compensation

Apple is Getting its CEO for a Bargain

If anyone could feel justified asking for a pay raise next year it’s Tim Cook. Yes, the Apple CEO’s annual pay of around $10 million is nothing to be scoffed at. But when you compare it to the billions of dollars in profit made by the technology giant, he’s actually relatively good value for money.

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Does Higher CEO Pay Produce Better Company Performance?

CEO pay has risen tremendously over the past few decades with most chief executives at large public companies earning well into the eight figures. While analysts say high compensation is justified for executives who increase shareholder value, some research says those big paychecks don’t always result in a high share price.

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5 Priorities for Executive Compensation Committees

The job of executive-compensation committees is getting tougher because of the sluggish economy, challenged corporate performance, gyrating stock markets, rising concern about “income inequality” and generally greater public and activist scrutiny of just how much boards think their CEOs are worth.

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