No Raises For Top Google Execs

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There were no raises for top Google executives this year. From a SEC filing:

In the first quarter of 2008, the [Leadership Development and Compensation Committee] and board of directors reviewed our named executive officers’ base salaries, other than Eric, Larry and Sergey, and decided it was appropriate to maintain salaries at $450,000.

The Googlers stuck with their $450,000 salaries include CFO Patrick Pichette, engineer SVP Alan Eustace, and top product manager Jonathan Rosenberg.

The trio did fine overall, though; their annual bonuses totaled nearly $5 million.

Other headlines MarketWatch unearthed from the filing:

  • Incoming Google CFO received full $1 million signing bonus
  • Google’s Kordestani declines 2008 bonus payment
  • Google paid $402,562 for CEO’s personal security in 2008
  • Google paid $106,201 for CEO’s aircraft costs in 2008 (more from MediaMemo)
  • Departing Google CFO receives $4.4 million compensation

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