Tag: CEOs

Top News Corp editor departed after lewd comments towards woman

Former editor-in-chief of The Australian newspaper Chris Dore.

Dore, who has edited The Courier-Mail and The Daily Telegraph, took the helm of the national masthead in 2018 after its former editor-in-chief, Paul Whittaker, was promoted as chief executive of Sky News. He began his career at News Corp as a copy kid more than 30 years ago and has worked across Australia and led tabloids The Daily Telegraph and The Courier-Mail as well as The Sunday Times in Perth, when it was owned by News Corp. He began as editor-in-chief of The Australian in 2018.

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$37.7 million is a new Australian record. Why our corporate chiefs are paid so well

The latest report, relating to the financial year that ended in 2019, reveals a new record for the money actually paid in one year, so-called realised remuneration, of AU$37.7 million. The extraordinary sum went to Andrew Barkla, the chief executive of a little-known company, IDP Education. He beat the previous record set by the chief executive of Domino’s Pizza Don Meij who took home $36.84 million in 2017.

$37.7 million is a new Australian record. Why our corporate chiefs are paid so well

As Wages Stagnate and Executive Pay ‘Continues to Balloon,’ Report Shows Top CEOs Now Make 320 Times More Than Typical Worker | Common Dreams News

New research from the Economic Policy Institute finds that CEO compensation grew by 1,167% from 1978 to 2019, “far outstripping” the growth of the stock market.

As Wages Stagnate and Executive Pay ‘Continues to Balloon,’ Report Shows Top CEOs Now Make 320 Times More Than Typical Worker | Common Dreams News