At GM, less pay still means more money
- The Great Game of Gimmicks. // Time;8/24/1953, Vol. 62 Issue 8, p76
The article reports on the 59 percent reduction in the salaries of top executives due to taxation in the U.S. and the strategy of companies to give them compensation. Instead of giving a cash bonus that will also be taxed, General Motors offers its executives stock options that they buy at a...
- GM execs' pay will test loyalty. Pinto, Liz // Automotive News;4/26/93, Vol. 67 Issue 5496, p1
Reports on the absence of short-term bonuses for General Motors (GM) vice-presidents and other United States executives from 1990-1993. Pay situation as a test of loyalty; Former purchasing president J. Ignacio Lopez as critical to recovery; Moves by other GM executives to other companies;...
- GM officers get modest pay hikes. Child, Charles // Automotive News;04/21/97, Vol. 71 Issue 5709, p6
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- GM uses pay hikes to safeguard top executives. Frame, Phil // Automotive News;3/28/1994, Vol. 68 Issue 5544, p3
Reports on General Motors' (GM) raising of the base salaries of its top five executives an average of 33 percent of 1992. Increases as a reflection of the GM's board desire to have a larger portion of all executive compensation packages fixed in base salary; Board's compensation committee's...
- Executive compensation gets its share. Dimma, William A. // Business Quarterly;Autumn96, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p77
Focuses on the advantages of offering share options as incentives for executives' compensation. Comparison of offering stock option plans and stock purchase plans; Guidelines for adopting stock option plans; Recommendations for directors' compensation.
- Stock options fastest growing segment of executive compensation. Snetro, Pamela // Fairfield County Business Journal;05/19/97, Vol. 36 Issue 20, p14
Focuses on the growth of the issuance of stock options as part of executive compensation in the United States. Stock option holder's right to buy a company's stock at a specific price; Importance of viewing stock options as part of an overall financial plan; Determination of the worth of an...
- Compensation story is in the incentives. Sakelaris, Linda // Pensions & Investments;05/03/99, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p28
Reports that equity ownership and stock options continue to be a large part of the total compensation package received by executives at asset management firms. Results of the survey conducted by `Pensions & Investments' periodical; Trend of de-emphasizing salary in favor of incentives.
- Unintended consequences. Rattle, Tom // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;08/02/99, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p13
Comments on the increasing use of stock options as part of the compensation package for corporations' top executives in the United States. Rise in value of stock options; Lack of accounting for the stock options; Transfer of a significant portion of the wealth of virtually all corporations to...
- PAY UP. Cakebread, Caroline // Canadian Investment Review;Fall2008, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p5
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on executive compensation by professors Lamia Chourou and Ezzeddine Abaoub, scrutinizing stock options in Canada and another by Stephen Sapp, who weighs in on the executive pay bulge debate.