Option madness: Is this any way to pay a CEO?
- TOP-COMPENSATED CEOs. // Crain's Detroit Business;09/11/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 37, p25
Lists top-compensated chief executive officers (CEO) ranked by 1999 compensation in Michigan. Company affiliation; Total compensation including options and grants; Stock option value and exercised stock options; Percentage change in compensation; Revenue of the company; Net income.
- The stock-option blues. Strong, Michael // Crain's Detroit Business;05/28/2001, Vol. 17 Issue 22, p11
Reports the declination on the salary of chief executive officers (CEO) in Detroit, Michigan. Impact of the lack of extra income earned from stock options; Lists of the top 50 highest-paid CEO; Inability of the CEO to maximize stock.
- CEO pay continues climb, driven by equity ownership. // Corporate Board;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 21 Issue 123, p26
Examines the increase in the compensation of chief executive officers (CEO). Inclusions of the CEO pay package; Impact of the stock options and other long-term incentive on CEO compensation; Relationship between pay and performance.
- Trends in CEO Compensation and Equity Holdings for S&P 1500 Firms: 1994-2007. Lord, Richard A.; Saito, Yoshie // Journal of Applied Finance;2010, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p40
We analyze CEO pay and equity holdings for the S&P 1,500 and broad industry classes. Between 1994 and 2000, real annual compensation doubled, and there was a dramatic shift from salary to option grants. The value and proportion of CEO equity holdings and the price-performance-sensitivity of...
- 4. Pay CEOs, yeah--but not so much. Fox, Justin // Fortune;6/24/2002, Vol. 145 Issue 13, p70
Argues that chief executives officers in the U.S. should not receive such high salaries through stock options, while investors suffer losses. Cases of Tyco's Dennis Kozlowski and Enron's Jeff Skilling, who made millions of dollars by cashing in stock options; View that companies should be...
- Still making their ascent. Galloro, Vince; Vesely, Rebecca; Zigmond, Jessica // Modern Healthcare;7/28/2008, Vol. 38 Issue 30, p6
The article looks at the rising compensation of senior executives, notably those from the U.S. healthcare industry. Salaries for top-level healthcare executives rose annually by about 4 percent in 2007. For executives who have held their positions for more than a year, the increases were between...
- Paying in stock: The rank and file. McMillan, John; Salwen, Robert // Corporate Board;Mar/Apr96, Vol. 17 Issue 97, p17
Discusses the benefits of paying employees below the executive level in stocks. Link between compensation and achievement; Analysis of other stock programs which would motivate performance better.
- THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE STOCK OPTIONS ON THE EVOLUTION OF COMPENSATION IN THE 1990S. Mehran, Hamid; Tracy, Joseph // Economic Policy Review (19320426);Dec2001, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p17
Examines the effect of employee stock options on the evolution of compensation in the 1990s. Importance of employee stock options; Determinants of stock option grants; Conclusion.
- Information age leading to warped picture of worth. Cooper, Cathy // People Management;02/17/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p17
Deals with issues concerning the increasing availability of information about pay levels in Great Britain. Examples of information services about salary packages; Reason for the popularity of share option plans; Comments from Nicki Demby, a partner with Human Capital at Arthur Andersen.