CEO Pay Increasingly Tied to Company Performance

Barbella, Michael
July 2014
Orthopedic Design & Technology;Jul/Aug2014, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p16
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the salaries of chief executive officers (CEOs) in various companies in the U.S., which have been linked to the company performance for the past several years. Boards of directors have said that CEOs should be paid in stock instead of cash and stock options; and this change has resulted in considerable salary hikes for CEOs in the medical equipment industry, where stock awards have increased significantly.


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