Executive CompensationJoseph E. Bachelder III, New York Law Journal
CSX Attracts New CEO and Stock Price Rises Sharply
Executive Compensation columnist Joseph E. Bachelder III writes: In 2017, CSX Corporation, a leading railroad company, paid or committed to pay (subject to certain conditions) over $200 million (including grant-date value of a stock option) to attract as its new chief executive officer E. Hunter Harrison, who has an extraordinary record in leading three major companies in the railroad industry.
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