Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been named one of the top 15 “CEO Overachievers” by “CNN Money” (http://macosg.me/2/q0). Those on the list led their companies to outperform the S&P last year — and collected the lowest pay for their efforts.
Though he gets some juicy stock options, Jobs only draws US$1 in salary per year. Yep, one smacker. Jobs is number one on the “CEO Overachiever” list.
Also on the list (and their annual salaries) are: Lloyd Blankfein of the Goldman Sachs Group ($862,657); John J. Mack of Morgan Stanely ($939,241); Michael Dell of Dell Computers ($963,623); James Dimon of JP Morgan Chase ($1.3 milliion); Steve Ballmer of Microsoft ($1.3 million); Bruce Johnson of Sears Holdings ($1.5 million); Jeffrey Bezos of Amazon ($1.8 million); Mary Sammons of Rite Aid ($2.5 million); Ralph Cunningham of Enterprise GP Holdings ($3.1 million); R. David Yost of AmerisourceBergen ($5.5 million); James Owens of Caterpillar ($6.8 million); Gregory Spierkel of Ingram Micro ($7.9 million); Francis Blake of Home Depot ($9.9 million) and George Paz of Express Scripts ($10.6 million).