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  • Tata Steel MD Narendran Took Home Rs 8.17 Crore Salary In 2016-17

    Tata Steel MD Narendran Took Home Rs 8.17 Crore Salary In 2016-17

    Tata Steel saw its net loss widen to Rs 4,168.57 crore last fiscal from Rs 497.09 crore in the previous year,

  • Tata Motors CEO Guenter Butschek Draws Rs 22.55 Crore Salary In 2016-17

    Tata Motors CEO Guenter Butschek Draws Rs 22.55 Crore  Salary In 2016-17

    Meanwhile other key officials saw their remunerations cut in a year when the company was saddled with losses.

  • Indian CEOs Earn Up To 1,200-Times (You Read That Right) Of Average Staff

    Indian CEOs Earn Up To 1,200-Times (You Read That Right) Of Average Staff

    The companies having seen a rise in the top executive pay included Wipro, TCS, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Axis Bank, Bajaj Auto, Tata Steel, M&M, Hero Motocorp, Lupin and Bharti Airtel.

  • Google CEO, Sundar Pichai Doubles His Pay Package To $200 Million

    Google CEO, Sundar Pichai Doubles His Pay Package To $200 Million

    Under Pichai, Google has boosted sales from its core advertising and YouTube business.

  • CEO Salaries At Top Blue-Chips Soar; Average Nears Rs 20 Crore

    CEO Salaries At Top Blue-Chips Soar; Average Nears Rs 20 Crore

    In a sharp jump, average CEO salary at top listed companies in the private sector is approaching Rs 20 crore - double the level seen just two years ago at about Rs 10 crore.

  • Salaries of CEOs to Rise Over 10% This Year: Report

    Salaries of CEOs to Rise Over 10% This Year: Report

    Salaries of top executives are likely to see double digit rise this year with compensations of CEOs and managing directors expected to grow by 10.2 per cent and of those in senior management by 10.5 per cent.

  • Average CEO Salary at Top Sensex Firms Near Rs 10 Crore

    Average CEO Salary at Top Sensex Firms Near Rs 10 Crore

    The top executives of the country's biggest blue-chip companies, forming part of the benchmark index Sensex, were paid an average remuneration of Rs 9.9 crore in the latest fiscal 2013-14 -- up from about Rs 8.5 crore in the previous year.

  • Sebi approves new corporate governance code

    Sebi approves new corporate governance code

    To exhort listed companies and their top executives to follow 'good business practices', market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has cleared new corporate governance norms that require them to justify CEO salaries, put in place whistle-blower policies and have orderly succession plans.

  • Tough business takes a toll on airline CEO salaries

    Tough business takes a toll on airline CEO salaries

    Neil Raymond Mills, who quit as CEO of Spicejet this July, saw his annual pay coming down to Rs 3.32 crore in 2012-13, from Rs 4.97 crore in the preceding year, according to company's annual report. Mills had joined Maran group's airline venture in 2010.

  • Sebi mulls new norms for CEO pay, whistleblower policy: report

    Sebi mulls new norms for CEO pay, whistleblower policy: report

    In a major overhaul of corporate governance norms, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) will soon put in place stringent checks against unjustifiable CEO salaries at listed companies and ask them to adopt a whistleblower policy to protect the employees exposing any wrongdoings by the top management.

  • Infosys chief executive Shibulal not among firm's top 10 paid executives

    Infosys chief executive Shibulal not among firm's top 10 paid executives

    A key document (Form 20-F) filed by Infosys with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission reveals that the CEO of India's second biggest IT firm earns substantially less than some of his subordinates. Ten executives earned more than what Chief Executive Officer S.D. Shibulal took home as base salary (excluding other benefits such as incentive a...

  • Government wants firms to disclose CEO salaries

    Government wants firms to disclose CEO salaries

    The ministry of corporate affairs wants companies to disclose the remuneration paid to promoters and CEOs in perspective of their median staff salary. The move comes amid a growing perception that India Inc. is doling out huge pay packages to the top management.

  • Disclose CEO pay in perspective of staff salaries: Government to companies

    Disclose CEO pay in perspective of staff salaries: Government to companies

    Amid a growing perception about India Inc doling out huge pay packages to the top management, the government wants the companies to disclose the remuneration paid to promoters and CEOs in perspective of their median staff salary.

  • CEOs may see modest 9.4 per cent salary hike this fiscal year: report

    CEOs may see modest 9.4 per cent salary hike this fiscal year: report

    The projected average hike in compensation is much lower than the double-digit increasearound 11 per centseen in the previous year.

  • Kingfisher Airlines ready to pay three months' salaries

    Kingfisher Airlines ready to pay three months' salaries

    The airlines CEO, Sanjay Aggarwal, said employees have until October 25 to decide whether or not they will accept the managements offer.

  • Kingfisher cannot pay even a month's salaries, CEO says

    Kingfisher cannot pay even a month's salaries, CEO says

    The meeting between the striking engineers of Kingfisher and the airline's CEO Sanjay Agarwal ended in a stalemate late on Monday, with the CEO telling the employees that the company cannot pay even a month's salary to them.

  • Facebook reveals salaries of top execs, including Zuckerberg, Sandberg

    Facebook reveals salaries of top execs, including Zuckerberg, Sandberg

    Facebook's top executives, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg, are eligible for twice-a-year bonuses of up to 45 per cent of their base salaries and other earnings

  • Ministry proposes CEO pay formula for pvt firms

    Ministry proposes CEO pay formula for pvt firms

    Rapid Economic growth in the last decade has seen Corporate India salaries hitting the roof and crore plus salaries are not an exception these days. So while Corporate India may justify the rise in top management compensation to rewarding merit, the government is getting increasingly uncomfortable about the widening salary gap, prevailing a...

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