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    GMs Barra is highest-paid woman executive

    Associated PressPublished 10:27 p.m. ET May 24, 2019 | Updated 10:30 p.m. ET May 24, 2019
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    Compensation often includes stock and option grants that the CEO may not receive for years unless certain performance measures are met. For some companies, big raises occur when CEOs get a stock grant in one year as part of a multi-year grant.

    1. Mary Barra, General Motors: $21.9 million

    Change from last year: 0%

    Her pay vs typical company worker: 281 times, down from 295

    2. Marillyn Hewson, Lockheed Martin: $21.5 million

    Change: Up 7%

    Her pay vs typical company worker: 191 times, up from 186

    3. Phebe Novakovic, General Dynamics, $20.7 million

    Change: Down 2%

    Her pay vs typical company worker: 240 times, up from 218

    4. Virginia Rometty, IBM: $17.6 million

    Change: Down 3%

    Her pay vs typical company worker: 319 times, down from 341

    5. Adena Friedman, Nasdaq: $14.4 million

    Change: 0%

    Her pay vs typical company worker: 129 times, down from 132

    6. Mary Dillon, Ulta Beauty: $14.2 million

    Change: Up 90%

    Her pay vs typical company worker: 556 times, up from 275

    7. Susan Griffith, Progressive: $14.2 million

    Change: Up 53%

    Her pay vs typical company worker: 225 times, up from 136

    8. Vicki Hollub, Occidental Petroleum: $14.1 million

    Change: Up 11%

    Her pay vs typical company worker: 114 times, up from 110

    9. Lynn Good, Duke Energy: $13.8 million

    Change: Down 35%

    Her pay vs typical company worker: 119 times, down from 175

    10. Lisa Su, Advanced Micro Devices: $13.4 million

    Change: Up 23%

    Her pay vs typical company worker: 165 times, up from 121

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    Let the GM Board know I'll do the same half ass'd job for half the amount of money!

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    She leads like a girl too, when the going gets difficult and instead of saying, lets huddle up and fix this, she says.. girls.. everyone for herself, I am running to me husband, bye bye Ohio and Cruze!

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    I guess when you're a middle aged white woman it's Tony the Tiger "GREAT!" that you make 165 times more than the average worker and all of us bottom feeding stink suckers should be cheering her on.

    She and the rest of the women like her are the true breakers of the wheel.

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    20 million to cede leadership on most vehicle types and setup GM for an uncertain future. Man or woman, she deserves a termination, not a windfall.

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    You know it's a worthless piece when it compares the CEO's pay to the typical workers' pay. That serves zero purpose but to incite anger toward rich CEO's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TruckMan View Post
    You know it's a worthless piece when it compares the CEO's pay to the typical workers' pay. That serves zero purpose but to incite anger toward rich CEO's.
    Agree...does the average worker run the company and make decisions that keeps the company afloat and everyone employed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TruckMan View Post
    You know it's a worthless piece when it compares the CEO's pay to the typical workers' pay. That serves zero purpose but to incite anger toward rich CEO's.
    Quote Originally Posted by sdotjeezy View Post
    Agree...does the average worker run the company and make decisions that keeps the company afloat and everyone employed.
    Does Mother Mary build the product that the End User Purchases? Does Mary make the Best Product money can buy? Does Mary Steer the Company in any sort of direction other than becoming a "Tech Company?"

    Yep, GM's problems can all be traced to the Unions.

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    Is GM profitable? Then she's doing her job correctly. She isn't here to please enthusiasts, she's here to make $$$ for the shareholders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by InCogKneeToe View Post
    Does Mother Mary build the product that the End User Purchases? Does Mary make the Best Product money can buy? Does Mary Steer the Company in any sort of direction other than becoming a "Tech Company?"

    Yep, GM's problems can all be traced to the Unions.
    Who said anything about unions? None of those jobs are hers. And none of those people could do their jobs without her and the white collar employees doing their job. It takes all types of employees to make a car, but there is only one CEO that's responsible for everything. She's making GM significant profit, so she's doing her job well. That's all that matters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TruckMan View Post
    Who said anything about unions? None of those jobs are hers. And none of those people could do their jobs without her and the white collar employees doing their job. It takes all types of employees to make a car, but there is only one CEO that's responsible for everything. She's making GM significant profit, so she's doing her job well. That's all that matters.
    You blame the Unions all of the Time.

    General Motors Company reported first quarter 2019 earnings today, with the figures headlined by $2.1 billion in income on $34.9 billion in revenue.

    Compared to the first quarter of 2018, GM Q1 2019 results represent a $1.0 billion (93.2 percent) increase in income, $0.7 billion increase in operating income, and a $1.2 billion decrease in revenue.


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    Globally, Toyota sold 10.6m vehicles around the world last year, up from 10.4m in the previous fiscal year.For the fiscal year through to March 2020, Toyota said it expected a net profit of 2.25tn ($20bn) compared with 1.88tn it recorded in the just-ended financial year.
    The average Toyota executive compensation is $235,523 a year.The median estimated compensation for executives at Toyota including base salary and bonus is $234,593, or $112 per hour. At Toyota, the most compensated executive makes $700,000, annually, and the lowest compensated makes $50,000.
    Seem Strange to you?

    Hackett at Ford is just as Bad
    Ford paid its CEO a $17.7 million salary despite profits slumping by half in 2018
    Strictly Criminals. It is one thing if you are Running the Company, in a Direction other than Wall Street, but making lower profit, cutting jobs, making inferior All New Products, is just like Flying one of the Corporate Jets, to ask for a Bail Out.

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