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Elon Musk fact-checked Wikipedia and said he’d go bankrupt if his companies failed. He could be right — and it shows how complicated CEO c...

CEOs like Musk often receive most of their compensation in the form of stock or options in the companies they lead, rather than in cash.
Cable car passes Wells Fargo bank building in San Francisco

Wells Fargo bumped their new CEO’s salary 40% — to $23 million — to convince him to join

New Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf's annual target compensation is $23 million, according to a filing from the bank Friday.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

13 top executives who earn a $1 salary or less

Don't worry — these execs are still doing just fine.

Ford paid its CEO a $17.7 million salary despite profits slumping by half in 2018

Ford CEO Jim Hackett's salary rose by over a million dollars last year despite the automaker's poor results and job cuts in Europe.

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon just took home a $31 million pay packet — despite the bank’s share price dropping 9% last year

Dimon's pay includes an annual base salary of $1.5 million and a "performance-based variable incentive compensation" of $29.5 million.
There aren't many women at the table at Citi.

Citigroup says it pays women 29% less than men in report that the bank’s HR chief calls ‘difficult’

Citigroup says female employees make 29% less than male ones across its global workforce, and that women make up fewer senior positions.

Toys R Us execs are leaving the company before all of its stores close in a ‘very unusual’ move

Toys R Us executives and most of its employees are leaving their jobs on Monday as the retailer holds clearance sales at its still-open stores. Toys R Us filed a motion to liquidate its US business in March.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

The median pay at Facebook is more than $240,000 a year

Facebook has an CEO-to-median-employee pay ratio of 37:1, it has revealed.

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon got a 5% raise in 2017 — here’s how much he made

The bank’s stock beat the S&P 500 index by 4 percentage points.