CEO Richard D Fairbank of Capital One Financial made $249.42 million dollars in 2006. Are these men worth it?

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Rank Name Company Pay ($mil) 5-Yr Pay ($mil) Shares Owned ($mil) Age Efficiency
1 Richard D Fairbank Capital One Financial 249.42 448.58 187.5 55 167
2 Terry S Semel Yahoo 230.555 258.292 61.1 63 NA
3 Henry R Silverman Cendant 139.96 279.21 159.1 65 178
4 Bruce Karatz KB Home 135.53 227.37 124.7 60 124
5 Richard S Fuld Jr Lehman Bros Holdings 122.67 375.81 642.2 60 117
6 Ray R Irani Occidental Petroleum 80.73 198.44 38.6 71 102
7 Lawrence J Ellison Oracle 75.33 868.93 16,702.4 61 175
8 John W Thompson Symantec 71.84 131.65 25.1 57 33
9 Edwin M Crawford Caremark Rx 69.66 161.85 3.9 57 39
10 Angelo R Mozilo Countrywide Financial 68.955 160.14 46.3 67 68
11 John T Chambers Cisco Systems 62.99 103.44 70.5 56 176
12 R Chad Dreier Ryland Group 56.47 150.22 33.2 58 45
13 Lew Frankfort Coach 55.99 208.34 148.9 60 NA
14 Ara K Hovnanian Hovnanian Enterprises 47.83 89.04 260.9 48 22
15 John G Drosdick Sunoco 46.19 93.52 28.3 62 NA
16 Robert I Toll Toll Brothers 41.31 134.70 674.7 65 115
17 Robert J Ulrich Target 39.635 104.56 52.4 63 154
18 Kevin B Rollins Dell 39.315 NA 0.5 53 NA
19 Clarence P Cazalot Jr Marathon Oil 37.48 52.68 25.8 55 NA
20 David C Novak Yum Brands 37.42 81.75 30.5 53 92
21 Mark G Papa EOG Resources 36.54 51.70 54.0 59 23
22 Henri A Termeer Genzyme 36.38 83.62 43.8 60 71
23 Richard C Adkerson Freeport Copper 35.41 73.203 30.0 59 NA
24 Kevin W Sharer Amgen 34.49 75.56 9.2 58 NA
25 Jay Sugarman IStar Financial 32.935 132.26 110.6 43 99

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Methodology:
Compensation rank is based on total compensation for latest fiscal year. Total compensation for each chief executive includes the following: salary and bonuses; other compensation, such as vested restricted stock grants, LTIP payouts and perks; and stock gains, the value realized by exercising stock options. Efficiency rank is based on our chief executive’s performance/pay score. Ranks are given only to chief executives who have a six-year tenure and six-year compensation history. The most efficient rank is 1 and least efficient is 189. Compensation rank is based on total compensation for latest fiscal year.

Footnotes:
Total returns and value of stock owned (including all classes) is based on Mar. 30, 2006 stock price. Compensation percent change is based on combined salary and bonus. Annualized total return during tenure covers the tenure of the executive or from the time of the IPO or available stock history. Relative to market is the ending value of $100 invested in the stock, divided by the ending value of $1 invested in the S&P 500 (a score of 100 = the S&P 500). NA: Not available or not applicable. NM: Not meaningful.
1Annualized.
2Four-year total.
3Three-year total.
4Less than 0.01%.
5Prior-year data.
6New chief executive; compensation may be for another executive office.
7Less than $100,000.
8Received options or restricted stock in lieu of portion of salary.
9Received options or restricted stock in lieu of portion of bonus.
10Includes shares indirectly held.

Sources: Latest available company proxy statements; FT Interactive Data via FactSet Research Systems; Hemscott, Inc.(www.hemscottdata.com)

A D V E R T I S E M E N T

Apparently someone thinks so.These men didn’t make these salaries and comps by being slackers.Good job performances and getting people to invest in their companies and in them does have lucratiive benefits…
Where are the ladies on this list.There are some pretty powerful lfemale CEO’s . It seems women still do not make equal compensation in the business world yet.But look out guys we are on our way!

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2 Responses to CEO Richard D Fairbank of Capital One Financial made $249.42 million dollars in 2006. Are these men worth it?

  1. waycar111 says:

    who cares what they make? it doesn’t affect you or me!References :

  2. prettycoolchick38 says:

    Apparently someone thinks so.These men didn’t make these salaries and comps by being slackers.Good job performances and getting people to invest in their companies and in them does have lucratiive benefits…
    Where are the ladies on this list.There are some pretty powerful lfemale CEO’s . It seems women still do not make equal compensation in the business world yet.But look out guys we are on our way!References :

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