วันเสาร์ที่ 29 มิถุนายน พ.ศ. 2556

Activision a lot of money. Bobby Kotick has a lot of fat, too. CEO of the publisher saw its cash and prizes leap of total compensation of $ 8.1 million in 2011 to $ 64.9 million in 2012, according to Bloomberg, a figure that would make him the second best paid CEO among U.S. listed companies.

Kotick is due for another $ 16 million if the company achieves performance targets, too. Most of his compensation came in the form of stock awards valued at $ 55.9 million. (Although the jacket over the next five years, Activision has the obligation to inform each of them at once, now.) The cash salary he received was more or less the same as always, $ 8.33 million.

But a management consultant had a beef with executive compensation Activision in the past, and it does not make it happy. "We do not like any part of the compensation package," Nell Minow, GMI Ratings, told Bloomberg. "In the past, we have expressed concern about the company and its compensation practices . "

Minow said Activision is not clear how Kotick earned money. "The lack of information provided by the Compensation Committee is a red flag," he told Bloomberg at. "It is very difficult to discern how to determine the remuneration of the information that was provided." She said that equity awards are not sufficiently related to the performance and Kotick said the entire compensation program is out of proportion to the video game industry. Kotick not only the highest paid CEO in the game publishing, the dollar value of all of its program last year put him second only to Oracle CEO Larry Ellison of remuneration of executives in 2012, Bloomberg said. Neither Activision nor its majority owner, Vivendi, responded to requests for comment.

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