Wynn Resorts said on Friday that former Chief Executive Officer Steve Wynn was not entitled to severance payments or any other compensation.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein was paid $24 million in total compensation in 2017, according to a regulatory filing.
The five-year deal is reportedly worth as much as $300 million, making it one of the biggest deals ever made for a television producer, NYT reports.
With the jobless rate at a 17-year-low, more employers are planning to hire full-time, permanent staff in 2018.
"Squawk Box's" Andrew Ross Sorkin explains Elon Musk's compensation plan.
Musk agreed to stay as chief executive for 10 years, with compensation tied to $50 billion leaps in Tesla’s valuation. Otherwise, he makes zero.
Some traders at the largest Wall Street banks are about to get big, fat zeroes for bonuses while they watch markets thrive.
Citigroup on Monday said it plans to raise wages to address pay inequality among its female and minority workers.
CNBC's Leslie Picker reports hedge fund managers could be handing out year-end bonuses earlier than usual thanks to the push to get reform done before the end of the year.
Bryant was one of the top three executives at Intel, leading its data center group until 2016.
Wall Street bonuses may climb as much as 10 percent this year, in the first meaningful jump for the industry since 2013, according to a closely watched report.
Equifax said a special committee found nothing wrong with trades by insiders amid the data breach.
Wall Street workers can expect to see higher bonuses this year, and they have the election of President Donald Trump to thank
Michael Burke, CEO, AON Hewitt, says top executives are seeing more changes to compensation packages both short-term and long-term as business strategies evolve.
The move follows the elimination of GE's private jet fleet in September. Restructuring is also hitting headquarters.
KB Home's CEO will see his year-end bonus cut after being caught on audio Saturday night yelling a string of profanities at comedian Kathy Griffin.
The dour retail trends are hitting the companies' CEOs right where it hurts, in their bank accounts.
The agenda released by the Trump administration signaled the government has halted its work on restricting Wall Street bonuses and other pay incentives.
CEOs are finding far less job security today than they have in the past. But if you can keep your job, compensation is even stronger than it looks. The CNBC Closing Bell crew discusses.
ReCode Managing Editor Ed Lee discusses the leadership shuffle affecting companies in the past few months, including those at tech companies such as Yahoo and Uber.