Execs shouldn't expect big pay hikes
- Highest-paid non-CEOs. // Crain's Chicago Business;5/27/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 21, p21
Presents a chart depicting the salary of non-chief executive officers in Chicago, Illinois. Position of executives; Dominance of Philip G. Heasley of Bank One Corp. on the amount of salary; Total salary of executives.
- Executive raises. // Central Penn Business Journal;10/19/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 43, p25
The article lists several executives and offers information on their salaries, compensation increase percentage.
- Income smoothing and incentives by operating condition: An... Herrmann, Don; Inoue, Tatsuo // Journal of International Accounting, Auditing & Taxation;1996, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p161
Examines the use of depreciation changes under different operating conditions by Japanese managers, to smooth income. Use of regression analysis in the study; Definition of income smoothing; Reasons for smoothing income; Link between income smoothing behavior and economic consequences;...
- The Fortunate 100. // Crain's Chicago Business;5/27/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 21, p15
Presents a chart depicting the compensation of chief executive officers in Chicago, Illinois. Superiority of John A. Edwardson of CDW Computer Centers Inc. in compensation; Basis of ranking for the compensation; Identification of the highest market capitalization.
- Study finds top relocation packages go to top execs. // Fairfield County Business Journal;8/27/2001, Vol. 40 Issue 35, p28
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- Employers turn to nonqualified plans. // National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;2/6/95, Vol. 99 Issue 6, pS14
Reports that more employers have turned to nonqualified plans to make up lost benefits for executives and other high-paid employees in the wake of legislation placing lower limits on tax-advantaged retirement income. Findings of a new Foster Higgins survey; Average income replacement target...
- Where's the loot coming from? McLean, Bethany // Time International (South Pacific Edition);8/31/1998, Issue 35, p78
Discusses executive pay. Median chief executive officer earnings; Dramatic increase in the rate of pay; Examples of salary of executives including Al Dunlap; The idea of pay for performance; Pay for rank-and-file employees; Relationship between risk and compensation.
- EARNINGS MANIPULATION TO ACHIEVE COGNITIVE REFERENCE POINTS IN INCOME. Jordan, Charles E.; Clark, Stanley J.; Pate, Gwen R. // Academy of Accounting & Financial Studies Journal;Sep2008, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p97
Thomas (1989) demonstrates that U.S. firms with positive earnings manipulate income by rounding up the second earnings digit to increase the first earnings digit by one, thereby reaching cognitive reference points in income. Companies with negative income manipulate earnings in the opposite...
- WHAT SOME OF WASHINGTON'S TOP CEOS MAKE ANNUALLY... // Seattle Business;Nov2013, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p14
A chart showing annual income of Washington's top chief executive officers, including Craig Jelinek, Steve Ballmer and Jeff Bezos, is presented.