Limelight Networks Inc. has a new interim CEO in Robert Lento, and the company is paying handsomely for his services.
In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the Tempe-based provider of online media infrastructure and content delivery networks said it was paying Lento $60,000 a month for up to six months to serve as its leader.
In addition, if Lento serves through the full six months, he will be entitled to 75,000 shares of restricted stock with an option to buy another 250,000 shares as part of the Limelight (Nasdaq: LLNW) equity compensation incentive plan for executives.
The awards also vest immediately if the company chooses a permanent CEO during the six months.
He´s getting paid as much as the new Bank of England governor The BBC understands that Mr Carney will be offered a total pay package of about £624,000 a year.
Goldman Sachs funny enough now "own the bank of England.
Maybe they should sell limelight to the BBC or something and end this nonsense.
Carney spent thirteen years with Goldman Sachs in its London, Tokyo, New York and Toronto offices. His progressively more senior positions included co-head of sovereign risk; executive director, emerging debt capital markets; and managing director, investment banking. He worked on South Africa's post-apartheid venture into international bond markets, and was involved in Goldman's work with the 1998 Russian financial crisis.