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Topic - J. Richard Finlay
A handful of chief executive officers take home a salary of $1 a year or less. But all of them manage to make millions of dollars anyway, illustrating the point that if you are running the show, your salary doesn't mean much.
"Salary has become such a minuscule component of CEO compensation that it is now largely irrelevant," said J. Richard Finlay, founder of the Centre for Corporate & Public Governance in Toronto.