Friday, October 24, 2014   

Facebook chief Zuckerberg’s stock options worth US$3.3b
(04-01 08:48)

Facebook chief executive and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg's salary was down last year, but don't cry for him. He'll be OK.
The social networking site paid him a salary of US$1 last year, US stock market documents showed Monday. But Zuckerberg's full compensation last year was US$653,165, down from US$1.99 million in 2012.
Most of that was from personal trips in private jets paid for by the company because they are seen as justified for safety reasons.
And Zuckerberg did not net a bonus or stock options last year.
But he reaped US$3.3 billion just last year from exercising stock options.
He is still the leading shareholder with a fortune of $26.7 billion, according to Forbes.—AFP

   
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