Glory days are back for Canada's CEOs
- CEO SALARIES AT RECORD HIGHS. // CCPA Monitor;Jan/Feb2017, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p24
The article reports on the high salaries of 100 highest-paid chief executive officers (CEOs) in Canada which hit a historic high of $9.5 million in 2015. Topics include the impact of pay discrepancy on income inequality in Canada, recommendations from Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives...
- Giving Voice To Income Disparity. // OfficePro;2013 Executive Edition, Vol. 73 Issue 6, p6
The article reports on a study which found that male chief executive officers (CEOs) are judged to have deep voices earn around $187,00 more annually compared to their average or higher timbered cohorts.
- COMP Comparison. SANDERS, BOB; GURUGE, MATT // New Hampshire Business Review;6/14/2013, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p1
The article examines compensation in New Hampshire. Data derived from the proxy statements of 11 publicly held companies doing business in the state show that the average chief executive officer (CEO) earned 2.7 million U.S. dollars in 2012. Such compensation is said to be smaller as compared to...
- CEO annual pay could rise to Â£6m in 2014. Paterson, Jennifer // Employee Benefits;6/2/2014, p5
The article presents information on a study conducted by the research organization High Pay Centre, according to which the average annual pay for a chief executive officer (CEO) of an FTSE 100 company could increase to 6 million pounds in 2014. The research analyzed chief executives' pay at 67...
- CEOs Rewarded for Corporate Tax Dodging. COLLINS, CHUCK // Progressive Populist;10/1/2011, Vol. 17 Issue 17, p10
The article focuses on a group of chief executive officers (CEOs) who are receiving huge compensation packages while their companies are paying little or no taxes in the U.S.
- Pensions & Benefits. // Corporate Board;Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 33 Issue 193, p27
The article reports on the result of a study conducted by Alvarez and Marsal Taxand which shows that the average change-in-control benefit given to chief executive officers (CEOs) has climbed 32 percent in the U.S., increasing to 30.2 million dollars in 2011 from 22.9 million dollars in 2009.
- Stop Making CEO Pay a Political Issue. Edmans, Alex // Harvard Business Review Digital Articles;7/18/2016, p2
The article comments on politicians' suggestion to reduce the pay of chief executive officers (CEOs) and mentions topics including companies' treatment of employees as valued business partners and motivations to reduce pay which include reducing inequality and the indirect costs of high pay.
- Real Money. Rice, Xan // New Statesman;6/12/2015, Vol. 144 Issue 5266, p21
The article discusses the wage gap in Great Britain, including through comparing the wage gap between business chief executive officers (CEOs) and average employees from the 1990s to the mid 2010s. An overview of executive bonuses and the long-term incentive plans (LTIPs) that executives receive...
- DON'T LOOK BACK. BUCHANAN, JOHN // Conference Board Review;Spring2010, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p16
The article discusses how much better-paid U.S. chief executive officers (CEOs) are than foreign ones, and examines whether the pay gap will ever narrow. Topics discussed include a perception in Europe that U.S. CEOs are paid more because they are greedier, how the 2008 global recession affected...