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Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Highest paid CEOs at America’s 100 largest companies A typical CEO of a S&P 500 company earned 347 times as much as the typical employee in a non-supervisory role in 2016. Here's a review of CEO compensation packages for the 100 largest, publicly traded American companies by revenue. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 1 Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs 20 of the highest paid CEOs at America’s 100 largest companies Brian Duperreault with AIG has a total compensation of $43.1 million. AFP/GETTY IMAGES 20 of the highest paid CEOs at America’s 100 largest companies Dirk Van de Put with Mondelez International has a total … [Read more...] about Highest paid CEOs at America’s 100 largest companies
The October Session of the 15th Annual Moving Your Business Forward Series took place October 17th at Google Fiber Academy. Speakers » Justin Dawkins, the CEO of Inflex Digital and Benita Chinn, Plant Director – Gatorade Division at Pepsico. Photos taken by American Technologies. FULL GALLERY: http://bit.ly/2zD0nH0 Also On Atlanta Daily World: … [Read more...] about PHOTOS: Getting Digital at Google Fiber Academy
Last Updated Jan 15, 2010 5:51 PM EST Torrence Boone, former CEO of Enfatico, is off to Google (GOOG) to be its "managing director for agency development in North America." As George Parker put it: "Miracles do happen. The biggest fiasco of all time, and he ends up at Google ... Sergey and Brin must have been arguing over who gets the biggest hammock on the 777. You can't make this shit up." Undoubtedly, Boone's first action will be to fire all Google's existing agencies and replace them with a brand new one, built from scratch, by WPP (WPPGY). Or perhaps not. Staff at Google may be asking, What skills does Boone bring to Google? Based in his history at Enfatico, I offer the following as a primer for Boone's new colleagues: Confidence: As Boone strides around the office in his collection of open-necked shirts he will exude total confidence that everything is going to be OK. Nothing at all is going wrong. Everything is going right. And whatever you're working on is a fantastic idea … [Read more...] about What Enfatico’s Boone Brings to His New Job at Google
Last Updated Jul 6, 2011 8:10 AM EDT First came the introduction of its Google+ social network, which looks like it may have thrown a minor panic into rival Facebook. Now Google (GOOG) reportedly plans to rebrand its Blogger and Picasa services with the Google name around the time Google+ publicly launches, says Ben Parr at Mashable. That's also when the company will require all user profiles to be public in an attempt to make Google a natural way for people to manage their online identities. That's a lot of change, not just in what the company is doing, but in how it's doing it. In fact, ever since Larry Page became CEO, there have been a lot of changes at Google and its lineup of products and services. Amazingly, Google finally shows signs of a coherent strategy. So why didn't this happen before? Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes Google killed off Google Health and Powermeter. Google also killed Wave, the collaboration product it launched with much fanfare. The company cranked up its solar power … [Read more...] about Hey, What the Hell Is Happening at Google? And Why Did It Take So Long?