Marissa Mayer, Chief Executive Officer of Yahoo, earned $24.9 million dollars in 2013.
While that is nothing to sneeze at, Mayer pulled in $36.6 million in 2012. We’ll do the math, that’s a dip of $11.7 million, or 32 percent. The major difference from 2012 is reflected in the Stock Awards: to bring Mayer over from Google, Yahoo offered $35 million in stock last year.
Yahoo’s Chief Financial Officer Ken Goldman earned $6 in 2013, approximately 20 percent less than his 2012 take of $7.5 million.
Former COO Henrique de Castro got $10.9 million last year, according to the company filing. He earned $39.2 million in 2012.
Yahoo Co-Founder David Filo was paid his usual $1. If you’re wondering, that is all salary.
Mayer’s 2013 package breaks down like this:
Salary: $1 million
Stock Awards: $8,312,316
Option Awards: $13,847,283
Non-Equity Incentive Plan Compensation: 1.7 million
All Other Compensation: $73,863
Yahoo’s stock ownership policy reads: “The chief executive officer should own Yahoo common stock with a value of at least six times his or her base salary, each of our executive officers should own Yahoo common stock with a value of at least two and a half times the executive’s base salary.”