Economic recession, new rules, and criticisms from the public shareholders may be pressure on the company’s performance in recent years. But, based on the 2001 financial statements, payroll execitive chief officer (CEO) looks still on the increase.
As disclosed CNBC, 10 CEOs who earn the highest incomes, the average earnings up to USD90 million. Income consists of salary, bonus, stock values are used as incentives.
So who are the 10 CEOs who have the greatest revenue?
1. Timothy Cook, Apple CEO
The amount of income USD377, 99 million. Company’s stock price rose 25.6 percent in 2011. Revenue rose 66 percent and net income grew 85 percent. He pocketed shares worth USD376 million after being appointed as CEO in August, and was pushed to the top of this list. He pocketed pay compensation of $ 1, 8 million.
2. David Simon, CEO of Simon Property Group
The amount of income USD137, 17 million. Its stock price rose 29.6 percent in 2011. Revenue rose 8.8 percent, while net profit grew 66.1 percent.
Producer Simon mall is just giving a chance for eight years with USD131 million in stock. But, because he was the son of the founder Melvin Simon, big chances that he will be retained in office. Simon also receives about $ 5, 23 million in compensation and an incentive of $ 4 million.
3. Larry Ellison, CEO Oracle
Amount of revenue $ 77, 5 million. Though the performance of its shares fell 18.1 percent in 2011. Income rose 32.8 percent and net profit rose 39.3 percent.
Symbolically, Ellison only has $ 1 base salary since 2010, although last year he took home $ 14, 8 million bonus in cash and about USD62, 6 million in incentives. However, in 2011 Oracle shareholders are not as lucky as the previous year. Company’s stock price declined 18 percent, although this year was little recovery. Compared to last year, Ellison’s total revenue rose 10.6 percent.
4. Ronald B Johnson, CEO of JC Penney
Amount of revenue of USD53, 2 million. Performance of the company’s stock rose 8.8 percent in 2011. Earnings grew 1.2 percent, while profits rose 55 percent.
JC Penney CEO lured into this and offers shares worth USD52, 6 percent for Johnson refused to leave his last job as head of Apple’s retail strategy. In addition to new shares, Johnson USD624.577 paid in cash, along with USD236.302 as other compensation. Johnson has been CEO of the company since November 2011.
5. David Zaslav, Discovery COMM
The amount of income USD52, 4 million. Performance of the company’s stock fell 1.8 percent in 2011. Revenue rose 12.2 percent, net income increased 73.4 percent.
A joint venture with Oprah Winfrey via Oprah Winfrey Network it’s complicated. But the company’s revenue jumped more than 12 percent in 2011. Zasav own pocket the USD44 million in incentives and stock, plus more with compensation of $ 8, 23 million.
6. John Hammergren, McKesson’s CEO
The amount of income USD46, 1 million. Performance of the company stock rose 10.7 percent in 2011. Revenue rose 3.1 percent and its net profit fell 4.8 percent.
Medical equipment supply companies that have paid Hammergren average of USD38 million per year for 13 years, he became CEO. Although revenue in 2011 is larger than average, the earnings fell 15.5 percent compared to the year 2010. Compensation package includes USD12, 5 million in cash, an incentive of $ 7, 37 million.
7. Philippe Dauman, Viacom CEO
Amount of revenue of USD43, 1 million. The company’s stock value rose 14.6 percent. Revenue rose 19.8 percent and net profit rose 87.6 percent.
Dauman is the second highest-paid executives of entertainment in the past year. Where he pocketed a bonus of USD20 million and USD13, 3 in the form of stock incentives, while the basic salary of $ 3, 5 million. Not bad, but the income was down 49 percent over the previous year which amounted to USD84 million.
8. David Cote, CEO of Honeywell International
The amount of income USD35, 8 million. Performance of the company stock rose 2.2 percent in 2011. While revenue rose 12.9 percent and net income grew 2.2 percent. In 2011, Cote celebrate the 10th year as CEO with the increase in revenue of 87.8 percent. That includes a bonus of USD25, 5 million, and a grant of USD9, 8 million of incentives.
9. Robert Iger, Walt Disney
The amount of income USD33, 4 million. Performance of the company shares fell 0.03 percent in 2011. 7.4 percent rise in corporate earnings, and profits rose 21.3 percent. Although the performance of its stock just flat in 2011, but Iger’s total revenue increased 12.9 percent from 2010. He gets bonus reached USD15, 5 million, while basic salaries $ 2 million.
10. Rupert Murdoch, News Corp CEO
The total revenue USD33, 2 million. The value of shares in 2011 rose 22.5 percent, 1.9 percent increase in revenue and profit increase of 7.9 percent. News Corp profit despite only rose by 7.9 percent, but Murdoch revenue rose to 46.5 percent. Where the bonus reaches USD12, 5 million, while his salary $ 8, 1 million and $ 8 value of their shares, 5 million