DeCarlo, Scott
May 2006
Forbes Asia;5/8/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p69
The article provides information on the performance-versus-scorecard developed by "Forbes Asia" in 2005 that can be used to rate CEO of companies in the U.S. General Growth Properties CEO John Bucksbaum topped the scorecard who is receiving $624,000 salary a year while delivering a 37% annual return to shareholders. Among the basis used by the periodical in evaluating CEO are the annualized stock performance of a company and their compensation.


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