CEO Compensation

CVS Health ranks fourth on the Fortune 500 list, and its CEO took up the reins in February of this year.
Do public company CEOs make too much? Walmart's CEO made almost 1,080 times the median compensation of the retailer's workers.
Two public company CEOs took only about a $1 in total composition last year, according to company proxies.
Among the CEOs who spent the most on private aircraft last year was Mark Zuckerberg, founder and chief executive of Facebook.
Last year, one American CEO made over $200 million, which is almost 3,000 more than the median compensation of his workers.
Last year, one American CEO made over $200 million, which is almost 3,000 more than the median compensation of his workers.
The debate about whether chief executive officers are paid too much has gone on for decades. Last year, one American CEO made over $200 million, according to new, exclusive analysis.
The CEO who had the highest ratio of pay to the median compensation of his company's employees was Michael Roman from 3M.
On average, CEOs at the largest U.S. companies made more than $14 million in 2019. The CEO of Google’s parent company made far more than that.
The postmaster general, among the federal government's highest-paid workers, runs a vestige of America's infrastructure of mail and package delivery.
Robert Iger, former Disney chief executive and current executive board chair, made $21.0 million for 2020, as the company fired and furloughed thousands, mostly at its theme parks.
Apple has issued its proxy for its most recently completed fiscal year. The document reports payments to Apple's top executives and directors.
Alphabet's chief executive officer, Sundar Pichai, has the highest pay package among America’s largest companies.
A new study of CEO compensation reveals that top CEOs were paid 320 times more than an average worker last year. That's a 14% year-over-year increase.
United Airlines may lay off as many as 36,000 employees in October. Its new CEO will waive his salary until the end of the year. But what does that mean exactly?