increased 17% in 2000, but more than half
their pay consisted of stock options. The
at-risk (nonsalary) share of pay went up for
other financial executives as well, reflecting
corporations’ greater emphasis on tying
compensation to performance.
*Based on imputed
value equal to one-third of an option’s value when
Note: Data reflect compensation
practices at 51 service and industrial companies
with average annual revenues of $22 billion.
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