Bristol-Myers Squibb's James Cornelius - CEO Pay

James Cornelius, Bristol-Myers Squibb CEO

James Cornelius - Bristol-Myers Squibb

Total Compensation: $11.3

2007 Revenue: $19.3B
2006 Revenue: $17.9B
Change: 7.8%

Details:  Cornelius' base salary in 2007 was $1.4 million, up from $380,000 the year before. He also landed a $1.1 million bonus, $2.2 million in incentive pay, plus various perks such as jet travel, including $205,000 for an eight-month housing allowance. Most of his compensation came in the form of stock awards, which were worth about $8.4 million.

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