2014 is proving to be a banner year in the long evolution of the pay-for-performance movement.
Led by the $12.5 million pocketed by Capital One's Stephen Crawford, bank CFOs' pay shot up 13% in 2013.
Regulators, proxy advisors and investors may be way off the mark in their views on executive compensation.
Safra Catz made $44.3 million in total compensation last year, ranking her above some high-powered CEOs.
In July, thoughts turn to vacation — or the lack thereof.
Benefits expenses may not move much in the next 12 months, but U.S. CFOs project an increase in employer costs for workers' salaries.
For the first time in several years, CEO compensation went up more than CFO pay in 2013.
For the second time, Salesforce.com gets a finance chief from a special friend.
CFOs earned a 2.8 percent rise in base pay in 2013, but gave staff-level finance personnel an increase of more than 4 percent.
A finance chief’s best chance to get rich is from equity-based pay, and those with MBAs from top-25 schools command a huge premium on that count.