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Boeing’s CEO will forgo most of his pay for 2020, following sharp criticism from Congress over the company’s 737 Max scandal
The company's chairman told CNBC's Squawk Box that the board still has full faith in CEO Dennis Muilenburg despite the 737 Max scandal.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella made $42.9 million in its last fiscal year — up 65% from the year before
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella brought home a lot more cash, thanks to a raise and the vesting of a stock grant.
A mathematical technique originally developed to help build the atomic bomb is now used to figure out how much CEO pay packages are worth — like...
The method involves thousands of computer simulations of a company's stock price. It was developed to understand how nuclear explosions work.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk was reportedly paid nearly $2.3 billion last year. The next-highest CEO made $129 million.
Uber disclosed the salaries of its top executives as part of its initial-public-offering paperwork. Here's what we learned.
A $57 million pay dispute sees Andrea Orcel get dumped as new Santander CEO before even getting started
The Spanish banking giant said that the level of compensation that was required to hire Andrea Orcel was "unacceptable."
Snap is giving an Amazon exec $20 million in stock to replace its CFO one week after reporting disastrous earnings
Snapchat's parent company has had a turbulent year since its IPO — and now it's shaking things up.
Evan Spiegel wasn’t the only one at Snap who got a huge bonus last year — fellow exec Imran Khan got $100 million
Snap released its annual report Thursday, which disclosed the jumbo-sized stock awards it gave to its CEO, chief strategy officer and former general counsel.
Buffett hopes it's someone that is already very rich.
‘These are bad facts for him’: Intel CEO’s $24 million stock sale before disclosing the chip flaw could trigger lawsuits, SEC inquir...
BI Prime: Investors are already talking to securities lawyers about suing Intel over its CEO's stock sale. There's a good chance the SEC will take a look too.