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The 2007 Report on Top Executive Compensation—Key Findings

The Conference Board 2007 Report on Top Executive Compensation—Key Findings indicates that CEOs of the largest companies hold a substantial amount of company stock. The median chief executive for smaller firms holds 11 times his/her salary in stock and stock options (total holdings, vested and unvested). But, among the largest 10 percent of companies, his/her counterpart holds over 80 times annual salary in company stock and stock options.


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