In an era of increasing state government transparency, finding out who has the highest-paid public job remains a difficult task.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines, including a giant pay increase for Nike's Mark Parker.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon's public commitment to raise wages for 18,000 employees may seem like a benevolent act. But that may not be quite right.
Women get more top-level roles at Asian family firms, even if they aren't relatives, than in non-family ones. But the numbers are still dismal.
Shareholder returns often come second to CEO pay increases, according to an analysis of Equilar's top 200-paid CEOs.
Investment bankers at UBS can now take at least two hours of "personal time" a week in the latest attempt by a bank to retain staff with a better work-life balance.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on a drop in CEO pay as the wage gap widens.
CNBC's Mary Thompson on the decline in CEO pay and how it's closely linked to fewer really big paychecks at the country's biggest firms.
On average, the bosses of the biggest companies took home a 4.5-percent pay increase last year.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discsusses the SEC's look into non-GAAP disclosures with David Trainer, New Constructs CEO.
Shareholders greenlight executives’ plans and vote down proposals to tighten pay regulations on Wall Street boards.
Keeping big banks from being broken up turns out to be great for their CEOs, according to one analyst report.
The biggest hedge fund managers have more money and more sway than ever before, and they are wielding greater political influence.
If Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is terminated after a sale of the company, she could make about $55 million in severance.
The world's biggest sovereign wealth fund is launching a crackdown on executive compensation.
The CEO of the struggling internet company will receive millions whether or not she is terminated without cause.
Swiss lawyer Hans Jacob Heitz expresses his frustrations with Credit Suisse's performance and the compensation packages being paid to executives.
Head for the Alpine delights of Switzerland to enjoy its trademark chocolate and cuckoo clocks – and Europe's highest standard of living.
Sandy Weill, Citigroup chairman emeritus and former CEO, and his wife Joan discuss their $185 million gift to the University of California, San Francisco for neuroscience research. They believe that this is the decade that neuroscience catches up to other progress in similar sciences. Sandy Weill also weighs in on the financial sector and the prospects for Citigroup.
Sandy Lyons, The River Group, breaks down the results of a new survey which shows how prepared first-time CEOs were to handle the task of running a big company.