What's the problem. Here's a recap of Hammer's 2010 comp:
McKesson – CEO John H. Hammergen was the highest paid CEO in the Russell 3000 in 2010. There were several extraordinary aspects to his compensation agreement. In 2010 alone, he exercised more than 3.3 million stock options profiting him $112 million. Furthermore, his retirement benefits, which are not tied to performance, grew by $13.5 million. Mr. Hammergren’s base salary, again not tied to performance, is the highest among the top ten earners of 2010 at $1.6 million. Finally, in the event of his termination, Mr. Hammergren would receive $469 million as severance.
To make all this money, he's sending the IT jobs to Mexico. He already practicly closed the IT depts in Texas and sent those jobs to India. Hammergren has never had a connection with the employees and rarely ever walked through the building to say hi.