- Why Narcissistic CEOs Make More Money, But Are Bad for Business
A new study finds that narcissist CEOs are paid more than modest CEOs, and not because their firms perform better.
- Is Executive Pay Out of Control? Meet 4 CEOs Whose Pay Went Up More Than 1,000%
We all know there is a lot of volatility in CEO pay, but increases of more than 1,000% are still pretty rare. These four companies: Zulily, LinkedIn, Splunk and Och-Ziff show how it's done. Themes? IPOs and founder CEOs.
- 3 High-Paid CEOs You’ve Never Heard Of
Three examples of highly paid CEOs prove that fame is not a prerequisite of an eight-figure pay package.
- Why CEO Pay for Media Companies Is on the Rise
Media CEOs are among the highest paid in the U.S., but it's not because they're better. The industry is.
- JPMorgan Shareholders Unhappy About CEO Pay
While a majority of shareholders supported executive pay at the bank, a substantial minority were unhappy with CEO Jamie Dimon's big pay raise in a year when the bank delivered a large amount of bad news.
- Why Herbalife CEO Michael Johnson Shouldn't Have Sold All of His Stock Options
Herbalife CEO just sold 250,000 stock options, which brings up a larger question: Should a CEO be forced to retain some of his stock options to keep his interests aligned with that of his company?
- How Shareholders Could Force Chipotle to Lower Co-CEOs' Pay
With an impressive array of large shareholders signaling their intention to vote against executive pay at the company, Chipotle may have to change its ways.
- Why Shareholders Are Upset About Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs' Pay
Qualcomm's CEO earned twice as much as the CEO of peer company Cisco Systems, but delivered half the revenues. Shareholders might be left wondering why.
- Target Board's Secret Succession Plan: Hire Korn Ferry
Never mind a new CEO, how about a new Target board, as one more boardroom misstep calls into question directors' effectiveness at the retailer.
- Coke Bows to Minority Pressure to Amend its Equity Plan
Although Coca-Cola's controversial equity plan passed at the annual meeting last week, it would appear that the company is revisiting it to bring it more in line with shareholder expectations. Exclusive access to two major shareholders and Coke bring new insights to this process.