1. United Airlines CEO Made More Money Than His Peers in 2016

    United Airlines CEO Made More Money Than His Peers in 2016

    United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz has not had the best year so far in 2017, but in 2016 he led his airline industry peers in one metric — total compensation. Munoz earned $18.7 million in compensation last year, including stock awards, according to United’s filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Just under $1.2 million of it was salary, with most of the rest coming from incentives, and a bonus tied to his 2015 hiring...

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    1. In our view, the simplicity of Mr. Parker's compensation structure is ideal.
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