The position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or a leader in a technology company is a very challenging job. Outside of all that, being a CEO will certainly benefit a lot. Not only the prestigious position, bombastic salary would also have become an absolute guarantee.
The latest report issued by Equilar along with the New York Times, Wednesday (5/31/2017), reveals a list of 30 CEOs of technology companies in the world with the highest salaries. For your information, Equilar is a data research institute for executives.
As is known, research measures the salary rank of the tech company’s bosses are calculated based on public companies with revenues of more than US $ 1 billion.
So if combined, the amount of funds to pay the CEO of the technology company is very well, which is about US $ 662 million or equivalent to Rp 8.8 trillion.
The salary for CEOs of technology companies counts in 2016, which includes salaries, cash bonuses, shareholder value options, and other forms of compensation.
Here’s a list of CEOs of the highest paying technology companies:
From low to high
- Ursula Burns, Xerox: US $ 13.1 million
- Marc Benioff, Salesforce: US $ 13.2 million
- Glen Post, CentyryLink: US $ 13.6 million
- Frank Bisignano, First Data: US $ 13.8 million
- William Brown, Harris Corp: US $ 13.9 million
- Patrick Gelsinger, VMware: US $ 14.8 million
- Richard Templeton, Texas Instruments: US $ 15 million
- Chuck Robbins, Cisco: US $ 16 million
- Lowell McAdam, Verizon: US $ 17.4 million
- Satya Nadella, Microsoft: US $ 17.7 million
- Pierre Nanterme, Accenture: US $ 18.5 million
- Brad Smith, Intuit: US $ 18.8 million
- Brian Krzanich, Intel: US $ 19.1 million
- Bill Nuti, NCR: US $ 19.2 million
- Gary Dickerson, Applied Materials: US $ 19.7 million
- Gary Nocross, Fidelity National Information Services: US $ 20 million
- Shantanu Narayen, Adobe: US $ 20 million
- John Legere, T-Mobile: US $ 20.1 million
- Henry Fernandez, MSCI: US $ 22.2 million
- Kirill Tatarinov, Citrix Systems: US $ 22.3 million
- Hock Tan, Broadcom: US $ 24.7 million
- Randall Stephenson, AT & T: US $ 25 million
- Marissa Mayer, Yahoo: US $ 24.7 million
- James Peterson, Microsemi: US $ 28 million
- Dion Weisler, HP: US $ 28.2 million
- Ginny Rometty, IBM: US $ 32.2 million
- Meg Whitman, Hewlett Packard Enterprise: US $ 32.9 million
- Bobby Kotick, Activision Blizzard: US $ 33.1 million
- Safra Catz, co-CEO of Oracle: US $ 40.9 million
- Mark Hurd, co-CEO of Oracle: US $ 41.1 million