June 30, 2013

How much did Japanese car company bosses earn in 2013



"The Japanese auto giant paid its chief Akio Toyoda a total of 184 million yen ($1.86 million) in salary and bonuses, according to a filing from Japan's Financial Services Agency on Tuesday....Carlos Ghosn, head of rival Nissan,...possibly Japan's best-paid CEO, raking in 988 million yen in the fiscal year to March...in the United States ....Ford chief executive Alan Mulally was paid $21 million in 2012, ...General Motors' chief Dan Akerson received $11.1 million, US media has reported...In Japan, CEO compensation of around $1.0 million or less is not uncommon while some executives take pay or bonus cuts if the firm hasn't performed."




Source: Revealed: What car company bosses earn
June 26th 2013
The AGE

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