Big payday for Travelers' Weill
- CEO pay, perks' salad days. Endicott, R. Craig // Advertising Age;12/3/2001, Vol. 72 Issue 49, pS8
The article highlights a report focusing on chief executive officers'(CEOs) compensation in the United States during 2000. According to the report, the compensation leader among the industry's CEOs was Sanford Weill of Citigroup, at $224.9 million total compensation, most of it realized from...
- Top dogs get top dollars as salaries soar. Sclafane, Susanne // National Underwriter / Property & Casualty Risk & Benefits Manag;10/06/97, Vol. 101 Issue 40, p3
Focuses on Sanford Weill, chief executive officer (CEO) of New York-based Travelers Group, who copped the top spot on a ranking of compensation for the insurance industry's twenty-five highest paid CEOs. Comparison of the package Weill took in 1995 to the 1996 period; His total compensation for...
- Finance impresario travelling express. Willis, Gerri // Crain's New York Business;4/11/94, Vol. 10 Issue 15, p27
Profiles Sanford Weill, chairman of Travelers Inc. Age; Reputation; Career history.
- RULES WERE MADE TO BE BROKEN BY SANDY WEILL. Flamm, Matthew // Crain's New York Business;05/15/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 20, p86
Profiles Sandy Weill, chief executive of New York City-based Travelers Group Inc. Efforts to establish the firm as a global financial services firm; Role in the firm's merger with Citicorp; Career in the insurance and securities brokerage sectors.
- Street Smarts. Voight, Joan // Adweek Eastern Edition;5/14/2001, Vol. 42 Issue 20, p22
Reports on the contributions of Sanford Weill, chief executive officer of Citigroup Inc., to the company. Financial status of the company; Strategies of Sanford. INSET: Designing Woman.
- Behind the Shootout at Citigroup. Sellers, Patricia // Fortune;3/20/2000, Vol. 141 Issue 6, p27
Discusses the retirement of John Reed from his position as co-chief executive officer (CEO) of Citigroup, and Sandy Weill's promotion to CEO of the company. Reed's concerns of retiring which include identifying a successor and Weill's sole leadership; Tension at Citigroup caused by its 1998...
- Big Deals Out, Growing Organically In at Citi. Julavits, Robert // American Banker;11/5/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 213, p2
When Sanford I. Weill decided to step aside as Citigroup Inc.'s chief executive, many outsiders suspected that the change meant an end to Citigroup's days of reinventing itself through blockbuster deals. Speaking at a presentation in New York on Citigroup's global corporate and investment...
- End of an Era At Citi? Weill, Sandford // Investment Dealers' Digest;7/25/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 29, p5
The article reports that with the departure of Citigroup Inc.'s high-profile chairman, Sanford Weill, industry observers believe the bank could find itself better positioned under the unimpeded leadership of chief executive officer Charles Prince, his likely successor. Citigroup's board is not...
- Citi, JPM Chase Chiefs Deny Knowledge of Suspect SPEs. Garver, Rob // American Banker;7/30/2002, Vol. 167 Issue 144, p4
Reports on the assertions made by Sanford I. Weill and William B. Harrison Jr., chairman and chief executive officers of Citigroup Inc. and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., respectively, on their unawareness of the alleged role of special-purpose entities, Delta Energy Corp. and Mahonia Ltd., in helping...