It was still never happened : a woman has managed to reach the top of CEOS the highest paid in the S&P 500 (the 500 largest companies listed on u.s. stock exchanges), conducted by Equilar for the Associated Press. Lisa Su, head of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) since 2014, has won 58.5 million dollars in 2019, which is four times more than in the previous year.read also : The call of 121 millionaires and billionaires to pay more taxes to reduce the inequality
The mastermind of the american manufacturer of microprocessors and graphics cards, based in Santa Clara comes in well in front of David M. Zaslav, in the second position. The CEO of Discovery Inc has received 45.8 million, or almost 13 million. In the third position, Robert A. Iger, head of Walt Disney has touched 45.5 million.20 women out of 329 names
Only 20 women are part of the ranking that brings together this year a total of 329 names. It is one more than the previous year. Behind Lisa Su figure Marillyn A. Hewson, leader of Lockheed Martin and whose income in 2019 peaked at $ 24.4 million. Then comes Mary T. barra, CEO of General Motors Company with $ 21.3 million received. If the median income for women, $ 13.9 million, is higher than that of the men, 12.3 million, it progresses more quickly for women, highlights Equilar.
The side areas in the top of the ranking figure in the first place the communication with a median income of its CEO to $ 27.7 million, then comes the health (16,3) and in last place the real estate (to 10.4). Finally, it is in California that are the most of these CEOS, 39 of them. In second place is New York (32), and Texas (28), Illinois (24), and Massachusetts (17).5 commentairesFabienBle 03/06/2020 00:10
One thing is for sure: the CEO women are as hungry as the men!FabienBle 03/06/2020 00:09
And so, now that we have parity, it is better?David Bataillele 02/06/2020 23:43
3482 years of smic. Is what we should actually rejoice ?Read the 5 comments