web, don't you feel sorry for these guys. The ones at Hyundai more than likely got a Bonus for lying to the customer.
Mr. Rex W. Tillerson , 60
Chairman, Chief Exec. Officer, Pres, Chairman of Fin. Committee and Chairman of Exec. Committee 7.27M 9.64M
Mr. Donald D. Humphreys , 64
Principal Financial Officer and Sr. VP 4.30M 2.97M
Mr. Michael J. Dolan , 58
Sr. VP 3.33M 2.93M
Mr. Mark W. Albers , 55
Sr. VP 3.12M 1.49M
Mr. Stephen D. Pryor , 62
VP and Pres of Exxonmobil Chemical Company 2.99M 7.42M
Amounts are as of Dec 31, 2011 and compensation values are for the last fiscal year ending on that date. Pay is salary, bonuses, etc.Exercised is the value of options exercised during the fiscal year.
Currency in USD.
"In the U. S., depending on the study (and universe of companies), CEO pay can be 231 to 380 times greater than the average worker’s salary. In other countries, the ratio is far less: in Britain, a CEO is paid 25 times more than an average worker, in Germany the ratio is 11-1, and Japan, 10-1."
Please note the name of the publication.
GET OVER IT...
Jealously or envy won't get you anywhere. CEOs have always had FAR more responsibilities and accountability than 95% (my estimate) of any company's workers.
I'm not jealous of CEO. What about CEO like Jon Corzine? What the CEO's of Banks that are now paying fines for crooked dealings. How about CEO's that benefitted from news stories like this.
The Impact on U.S. Consumers of Every 1¢ Increase in Gas Prices: $1 billion
he average price of gas in the U.S. topped $4.01 per gallon on March 15, the highest level in almost a year and up 15 percent from mid-December. The rise was due, in part, to an improving economy and also to growing demand due to worries of an oil supply disruption in the Middle East related to the Iranian nuclear standoff. According to a Bloomberg News story, Bank of America raised its forecast for this year to $118 a barrel for Brent crude "to reflect better-than-expected global economic conditions and tighter-than-expected supplies."
Lets see we have record supplies, Europe is a mess,China and India are slowing.
They get a story printed and everyone pays the price. Maybe the cows will go on strike for a better grade of hay
Most CEO's are just employees today they didn't start the company. The Captain can't keep getting raise and ask the ones rowing the boat to work for less
[["If I could hire a CEO to make $41 billion and pay him $17 million, I would do it in a NY minute."]]
So you would believe that only that Ceo was responsible for the $41M? And that no other people in the world could give comparable results with the same company?
"Exxon Mobil made $41 BILLION last year. If I could hire a CEO for $17 million to make $41 billion, I would do it every time"
They have a licence to steal something most manufacturers don't have.
In fact the oil companies are taking a Christmas Bonus now. That is why I picked a oil company and you jump right on it.