List of top 10 CEO overachivers


CNN recently posted a list of 100 CEO's who led their companies to outperform the S&P last year and got paid lowest for their efforts. CNN money collected a huge list of 100 CEO's with their company and salary details in their website. These CEO's played an important role in their company's stock rise and paid very low salary. This report also shows the efforts taken by each CEO with a period of time. The another interesting thing is CEO's of wellknown companies Apple, Dell and Microsoft are included in the top 10 list. Steve Jobs of Apple is the top of the list with total pay of $1. Let we see the top 10 overachivers.



1. Steve Jobs, $1   





Total pay: $1
Company: Apple
AAPL stock outperformed S&P 500                                                                         
(1 yr., through 09/09): 63% vs. -9.2%         


2. Lloyd C. Blankfein, $862,657




Total pay: $862,657
Company: Goldman Sachs Group
GS stock outperformed S&P 500
(1 yr., through 12/09): 102% vs. 23.5%




3. John J. Mack*, $939,241

Total pay: $939,241
Company:
Morgan Stanley
MS stock outperformed S&P 500
(1 yr., through 12/09): 87% vs. 23.5%
4. Michael Dell, $963,623


Total pay: $963,623
Company: Dell
DELL stock outperformed S&P 500
(1 yr., through 01/10): 36% vs. 32.0%

5. James Dimon, $1.3 million


Total pay: $1.3 million
Company: JPMorgan Chase
JPM stock outperformed S&P 500
(1 yr., through 12/09): 34% vs. 23.5%

6. Steven A. Ballmer, $1.3 million


Total pay: $1.3 million
Company: Microsoft
MSFT stock outperformed S&P 500
(1 yr., through 06/09): -12% vs. -28.2%

7. W. Bruce Johnson*, $1.5 million


Total pay: $1.5 million
Company: Sears Holdings
SHLD stock outperformed S&P 500
(1 yr., through 01/10): 128% vs. 32.0%

8. Jeffrey P. Bezos, $1.8 million


Total pay: $1.8 million
Company: Amazon.com
AMZN stock outperformed S&P 500
(1 yr., through 12/09): 162% vs. 23.5%

9. Mary F. Sammons*, $2.5 million


Total pay: $2.5 million
Company: Rite Aid
RAD stock outperformed S&P 500
(1 yr., through 02/10): 443% vs. 59.2%

10. Ralph S. Cunningham, $3.1 million


Total pay: $3.1 million
Company: Enterprise GP Holdings
EPE stock outperformed S&P 500
(1 yr., through 12/09): 135% vs. 23.5%



                                

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