The next time you think of a CFO as just a glorified accountant, remember that this is the person who often holds the compass while the rest of the company is busy rowing.
As employees, shareholders and consumers, we've invested a lot in our corporate leadership. But do we like them?
From Yahoo's Marissa Mayer to IBM's Ginni Rometty, check out these wealthy tech executives.
According to new data, CEOs got their biggest pay raise since 2013.
Equilar has released its annual look at the 100 biggest companies in the country.
It was the most dramatic hit to compensation since the financial crisis.
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Why do CEOs get paid so much? Because they deserve it. Plain and simple.
Charif Souki of Cheniere Energy, a Houston-based enterprise hoping to one day capitalize on the fracking boom, raked in a whopping $142 million last year.
Microsoft has set the base salary of its new CEO, Satya Nadella, at $1.2 million, but with incentives and stock options he could earn as much as $18 million during his first year on the job.
As early as next month, corporations may have to begin making public the difference between their chief executive's compensation and the pay of a middle-of-the-pack worker.
Think it'd be nice to know how much a CEO makes compared with his or her typical employee? Well, you're going to find out soon.
George Zimmer, founder and former executive chairman of the men's clothing retailer, makes his side of the story public.
CEOs are cutting back on their salaries left and right this week -- from President Obama to J.C. Penney CEO, Ron Johnson. Are you a candidate for a pay cut? Here are three signs you might be.