Here's How Much Facebook's Top Executives Were Paid In 2011

Sheryl Sandberg

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Facebook’s S-1 contains the 2011 salaries and bonuses of its top executives.CEO and cofounder Mark Zuckerberg sits at the top with a salary of $483,333 and a bonus of $220,500 in 2011.

He also received an additional $783,529 for personal costs including the use of chartered aircrafts for friends and family. It’s all part of a “comprehensive security program.”

The additional cash also includes $90,850 for Zuckerberg’s estate and financial planning costs during 2011.

In 2012, Zuckerberg’s annual salary will decrease to $1 (after all, he owns 28.4% of Facebook which equates to ~ $25 billion).

The next-highest paid executive is Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s COO. She was paid a 2011 salary of $295,833 with a bonus of $86,133.  She was awarded $30,491,613 in stock.

David Ebersman, Facebook’s CFO was paid a 2011 salary of $295,833 and a bonus of $86,133, the same as Sandberg. He was awarded less in vested stock though at $18,294,952.

Mike Schroepfer, Facebook’s VP of Engineering, raked in a salary of $270,833 and a bonus of $63,000 plus $24,393,295 in vested stock.

Theodore W. Ullyot rounds out the top five highest paid Facebook executives.  He is the company’s VP, General Counsel and Secretary. 

In 2011 he was paid a base salary of $270,833 and a bonus of $478,750. The bonus is so high because it includes a discrectionary bonus and an annual retention bonus of $400,000.  In addition, Ullyot received an additional payment of $110,644 for relocation reimbursement plus related gross-up for taxes.  He was awarded $6,098,317 in stock.

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