- Economy didn't slow exec pay. Read, Paul // Journal of Business (10756124);9/12/2002, Vol. 17 Issue 19, pA1
Reports on executive compensation trends in Spokane, Washington and North Idaho during 2001. Annual growth rate; Components of pay packages; Top public company executives.
- Executive Compensation. // Journal of Business (10756124);9/12/2002, Vol. 17 Issue 19, pA17
Ranks the highest-paid executives in Spokane, Washington-based publicly traded companies in fiscal 2001.
- How do you reward your employees? // CA Magazine;Jun/Jul96, Vol. 129 Issue 5, p7
Presents comments from Canadian executives on how they give employee incentives. Opportunities for job sharing and career management flexibility at Price Waterhouse according to company human resource partner John Campbell; Definition of a career profile guided by managers according to Sobeys...
- Highest paid non-CEOs. // Crain's Cleveland Business;12/30/2002 Book of Lists, Vol. 23 Issue 52, p16
Lists several non-chief executive officers ranked according to compensations received in 2001. Cash compensation received by the executives in 2001 and 2000; Addresses of companies to which these executives are associated; Percentage of total company shares held by the executives.
- Production salary survey. Maurer, Rolf // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management;01/01/98 Supplement, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p185
Focuses on a survey conducted on the salaries of production managers and directors at business publications, while comparing salaries of managers and directors at consumer magazines. Statistical information on the salaries.
- 2005 MANAGER SALARIES. // Public Management (00333611);May2006, Vol. 88 Issue 4, p33
The article presents the 2005 International City/County Management Association's manager's salary rates in the U.S.
- Fancy executive pay: Does it make sense economically? Francis, David // Christian Science Monitor;3/22/96, Vol. 88 Issue 81, p9
Presents a commentary on the high salaries of chief executive officers. Reference made to the book `Wealth of Nations,' by Adam Smith; High executive salaries seen as unfair by workers; Comments from economist, Lester Thurow.
- Emerging economies drive executive demand. Zelade, Richard // International Business: Strategies for the Global Marketplace;Nov96, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p6
Reports that worldwide demand for executives earning $100,000 or more increased 3% during the second quarter of 1996, according to the International Executive Demand Index by Korn/Ferry International. Details on the index.
- TOP-COMPENSATED NON-CEO EXECUTIVES Ranked by 2001 compensation. // Crain's Detroit Business;12/30/2002 Book of Lists, Vol. 18 Issue 52, p34
Lists several executives other than chief executive officers who are ranked according to their compensation in 2001. Names and titles of the executives; Companies where the executives work; Percentage change in net income of executives from 2000.