The 6% American Airlines raise comes on the heels of a profit-sharing plan.
The bankrupt company's plans cover the retirement benefits for more than 21,000 people and are underfunded by about $292 million.
A shareholder is requesting that high-profile tech companies report on how they are addressing gender pay inequality.
In addition, S&P 500 CEOs who held both the chairperson and CEO slots were paid 29% more on average, says Institutional Shareholder Services.
John Graham of Duke University discusses the results of the first quarter's Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey.
The two companies' CFOs would also get 'golden parachute' payments totaling $21.2 million.
Commissions aren't necessary to motivate salespeople, and in fact they'll be more productive with a straight salary, author says.
According to a new survey of North American employers, only 20% find merit pay to be effective at driving higher levels of employee performance.
There's no excuse today for a finance chief to abdicate responsibility for security, says CFO Steffan Tomlinson.
More than half of U.S. CFOs surveyed by Robert Half reported offering more money for new hires, with an average pay increase of 10%.