CEO Compensation

Barrington, Linda; Hallock, Kevin
March 2009
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Mar2009, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p17
The authors discuss the findings of the "Top Executive Compensation Report" released in the midst of the U.S. economic downturn as of March 2009. They say in financial services, the average percent of total compensation allocated for non-equity incentives decreased by 2.62 percentage points. They note that insurance is the largest median chief executive officer (CEO) who earns more in terms of cash compensation. They also define elements of compensation, including salary, bonus and value of stocks awards.


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