Executive compensation report
Annual Star Tribune Executive Compensation Report: Corporate boards sometimes have to open the bank to bring in a new CEO from outside. Updated Jul. 28, 2014
Median CEO compensation in Minnesota fell 16 percent to $1.026 million in 2013 from $1.22 million in 2012.
Turnaround CEO: Best Buy's Hubert Joly received $13.9 million in compensation.
Corporate boards sometimes have to open the bank to bring in a new CEO from outside. That’s particularly the case in tough situations that previous management was unable to solve.
Thomas Minder’s ballot initiative was titled “Gegen die Abzockerei” — “against the ripoff.”
All the things that have been tried in the United States to slow the growth in executive pay haven’t accomplished a lot.
It is fair to say that the CEOs of Minnesota-based public companies are doing OK, as chronicled in today’s annual Star Tribune Executive Compensation survey.
An occasional series examining special education in Minnesota’s public schools, where the sharp increase in students who have serious disabilities has brought soaring costs, profound challenges and often controversial new methods for educating them.