CEO payday: What tech's top execs made in '09

The recession took its toll on pay for tech CEOs, but not everyone lost value.

By , Network World |  Business, compensation, Larry Ellison

Michael Dell's 2009 compensation increased 5% compared to the year earlier, when his pay package totaled $2 million. He took home a $931,731 salary (down from $950,000) and $1.2 million in other compensation (nearly all of which is company-paid expenses related to Dell's personal and residential security). No stock or option awards were made to Dell during the company's 2009 fiscal year, which ended Jan. 30, 2009. Meanwhile, revenue was flat and profits fell 16% at the company. Dell reported income of $2.48 billion on revenue of $61.1 billion in 2009. In 2008, the company reported income of $2.95 billion on revenue of $61.1 billion.

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