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  • Goldman: Revenue stable despite market turmoil

    CNBC's David Faber dissects the annual shareholder letter from Goldman Sachs.

  • Philippe Dauman, Viacom

    CNBC's Mary Thompson reporting that median executive compensation fell 3.8 percent in 2015.

  • BP faces investor revolt over CEO pay

    Top shareholders rebel against the company chief executive's 20 percent pay increase for 2015.

  • Citigroup has failed to mollify critics of its executive pay scheme even after the bank introduced a new cap on bonuses to address their concerns.

  • CEO compensation conundrum

    CNBC Contributors Steve Odland and Herb Greenberg, and CNBC's Mary Thompson discuss whether CEO pay should be tied to corporate performance.

  • CEO pay on the rise

    CNBC's Mary Thompson looks at an early read on executive compensation.

  • Customers look for groceries as they push shopping carts along the shopping aisles inside an Asda supermarket in London.

    As the U.K.’s new minimum wage came into force on Friday, a report showed that spending power in the country is already at its highest in at least six years.

  • Men earn around 4-6 percent more than women in developed countries — even when they have the same job title, employer and location, Glassdoor said on Wednesday.

  • Michael Corbat, CEO of Citigroup at the 2016 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

    Citigroup raised Chief Executive Michael Corbat's pay by an estimated 27 percent in 2015, a year in which the bank's profit more than doubled.

  • CEO pay vs. share price

    Chipotle says part of the company's executives' pay will be tied to the stock price. CNBC contributors Steve Odland and Jeff Sonnenfeld, discuss where exactly a stock price could determine a CEO's compensation.

  • Can execs manipulate stock price?

    A securities filing reveals Chipotle will more closely tie the pay of its executives to stock performance. The FMHR traders provide perspective on CEO compensation and stock price.

  • A customer enters the Chipotle restaurant, on the day that the company announced it will only use non-GMO ingredients in its food in Miami, Florida.

    Chipotle Mexican Grill's co-CEO's total compensation more than halved in 2015, following a series of illnesses linked to its restaurants.

  • Brain drain in Silicon Valley

    Discussing the brain drain in Silicon Valley as Twitter and other tech companies are trying to stem the tide with more and more sweeteners for top talent with Iain Grant, partner at Riviera Partners.

  • Philippe Dauman, Viacom

    The amount of money Philippe Dauman has earned at the helm of the media giant is a lot higher than some reports suggest.

  • Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google

    Google's CEO, Sundar Pichai, was awarded $199M in stock. We break down what this says about his performance at Google.

  • Lorna Wendt.

    Lorna Wendt wanted a 50-50 split of assets from top GE executive Gary Wendt during their 1990s divorce.

  • Bezos, Zuckerberg risk billions over moves in company stock

    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos takes a $7 billion hit, while Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made $6 billion.

  • Viacom's Redstone to get pay cut

    Viacom's board is wondering whether the media company's top two executives are worth their salaries, reports CNBC's Landon Dowdy.

  • Former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly.

    Some NFL teams that fired their coaches enjoyed more wins for their money this year than others that kept their coaches.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook took home $10.3M in 2015

    The Chief Executive of the world's most valuable company received an 11.5% increase in compensation.