This is not 3 different articles...it is one article..

Shareholder uprisings on executive pay limited, so faR


But the Citigroup situation may signal that investors, particularly large institutional investors, are starting to look at pay a bit more carefully as they evaluate a stock. The Citigroup vote wasn't preceded by a big campaign by activist investors. And it may just may mean that CEOs can no longer automatically assume that they'll rake in millions even if the company fares badly.

Shareholder uprisings on executive pay limited, so far

CEOs receive big allowances on top of fat salaries

Your kid probably gets an allowance. Should CEOs?
Many do on top of multimillion-dollar compensation packages. A USA TODAY analysis of corporate filings finds dozens of CEOs and senior-level execs pocketing up to $84,000 a year 70% higher than the median U.S. household income of $49,455.


CEOs receive big allowances on top of fat salaries


CEO pay rises again in 2011, while workers struggle to find work

If you look at the chart at top of page..at 2011 CEO compensation...under realized gain...everyone had their pay and gimmes increased.

CEO pay rises again in 2011, while workers struggle to find work