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February 23, 2016

the highest paid top 3 chief information officers

The comparison chart shows the most highly paid chief information Officers( includes salaries and stocks and shares)

With over $40 million annual compensation,Walgreen’s  Timothy J. Theriault , the  Global Chief Information Officer and Executive VP   of Walgreen Boots Alliance happens to be  he highest paid CIO  

The  second and  the  highest paid CIO ,with a total salary of $36 milllion happens to be Mr. Robert B. Carter , The CIO and Divisional Executive VP at Fedex . A veteran at at Fedex he has been in the company for the last 16 years as EVP – FedEx Information Services and CIO

Trent Taylor , the CIO at Hhgregg is at number 3 with annual compensation  of over  $12 million,Mr. Taylor has over 25 years of experience in the information technology field, including systems architecture, data center infrastructure, networking, applications and e-commerce.

February 5, 2016

November 18, 2015

start up founders earning the highest and lowest annual salary

" start up founders and their salary levels"

STARTUP FOUNDERS COMPENSATION CHART . This chart maps the highest startup founders with the highest annual salary vs founders who earns the lowest across the industry .
28 start up founders does not take any salary, but they are compensated by their shareholdings including personal stakes at their companies. 5 employees earn from anything between $2 to $29,000 annually. A total of  19 founders earns between a range of $30,000 to $59,000 , while 30 founders takes home “$60,000 to $99,000. The number of founders who earns between $100,000 to $199,990  are  28.   There were 19  start up founders earnings between $200,000 and 299,990 . There were 3 start up founders who were in the highest salary bracket of earnings more tha $500,000 and above  

October 3, 2015

CEO Compensation : Micosofts’s Satya Nadella

In 2014, Satya Nadella made $84,308,755 at Microsoft as a Director and CEO. His compensation changed 999.4% from the previous year. With this compensation, Satya Nadella made significantly more than the average public executive and significantly more than his executive colleagues at Microsoft.

HOW does your salary compare to  Satya Nadella ..  Lets calculate this number and see how much this is above an standard  US salary. $84,308,755 made by CEO of microsoft comes to$9,619 an hour, $160 a minute, and $2.67 a second. This is 211 times the president’s salary and 1,591 times the median US household income.

March 12, 2011

CEO Salaries Compared Across World:

WHERE does a senior manager cost most? Brazil, according to the Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC), a trade body. Two recent surveys, one by the AESC and the other by a Brazilian headhunter, Dasein Executive Search, found that chief executives and company directors earned more in São Paulo, Brazil’s business capital, than in New York, London, Singapore or Hong Kong (see chart). The surveys compared base salary, but bonuses in Brazil are generous too, says David Braga of Dasein. And the comparison understates the cost of hiring in Brazil: its payroll taxes are among the world’s highest.

Part of the reason for runaway executive pay is booming demand for staff, at all levels. Brazil, China and India are all seeing strong growth in employment. But according to Manpower, another employment agency, the mismatch between supply and demand is starkest in Brazil, where 64% of employers report difficulty filling vacancies, against 40% in China and 16% in India. Managers with technical backgrounds are especially scarce in Brazil: big oil finds and infrastructure plans mean demand is soaring, but Brazil turns out just 35,000 engineers a year, against India’s 250,000 and China’s 400,000.

The strength of the real artificially boosts Brazil’s position in international pay comparisons. But even as executive pay is growing by double digits a year, says Edilson Camara of Egon Zehnder, a headhunting firm. Senior managers in China and India are reaping similar gains, but from a lower base. Multinationals that used to run their Latin American operations from Miami, Mexico or Buenos Aires have mostly shifted to São Paulo; China and India are still often overseen from Singapore or Hong Kong, though Shanghai is becoming more popular. A wave of foreign takeovers, and forays abroad by Brazilian firms, have both increased demand for managers with international experience. ( Source : Economist)