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What do our public company leaders make?

What do our public company leaders make?

Stock performance is a major factor in overall compensation By Jason Scott
Joseph Deinlein

Comparing CEO compensation across public companies in the midstate is never going to be fair, and results will always vary. Full Story »

Top Stories

• CBO: Minimum wage boost would cost firms $15B- Source: The Associated Press • Phoenix Contact unveiling new power system as part of $18M expansion • Donegal busy at board of directors meeting • Dickinson Township residents file court appeal to stop warehouse plan • Pa. general fund revenues below budget for first quarter

Featured News

• First Niagara launches private insurance exchange • Susquehanna basin water quality focus of analysis • Business: Home Depot joins the shale rush- Source: The Wall Street Journal • US: Detroit pension deal approved by one retirement system- Source: Reuters • World: Three dead in east Ukraine, Putin warns of 'abyss'- Source: Reuters

Banking & Finance

CPBJ Extra Blog: The good, the bad of the midstate banking outlook premium content Newsmakers: Banking and Finance premium content Behind the List with Larry J. Miller premium content Shuffling of local banking execs could be coincidence or trend premium content Central Pa. banks continue looking for new ways to engage children, adults in financial literacy

Construction

premium content On the Move • Central Pa. businesses sweat potential National Guard cuts • Former GreenWorks partners focus on more than Harrisburg • What do our public company leaders make?- Stock performance is a major factor in overall compensation • Phoenix Contact unveiling new power system as part of $18M expansion

Education

premium content Newsmakers: Education premium content Bills rekindle discussions about minimum-wage increases • International biz students help regional firms abroad • Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School teachers unionize premium content Newsmakers: Education

Energy & Environment

• Susquehanna basin water quality focus of analysis • Sen. Pat Vance opposing Sunoco Pipeline request to be a public utility • Businesses seem to know power • Report: Waste industry contributes $4.2B to Pa. economy • Former Harrisburg Authority closes first bond deal since 2011

Government

premium content Newsmakers: Lobbying • Ruling cuts Pa. tobacco losses by two-thirds • Pa. general fund revenues below budget for first quarter • Treasury: Small biz lending up $12.5B • Report: Pa. 33rd among states for economic outlook

Health Care

premium content In brief: HDH Group launches Your SelectBenefits • First Niagara launches private insurance exchange • Report: New entrants making big plays in health care • Faith in your business • Report: Affordable Care Act could influence costs of auto, malpractice, other insurances

Hospitality & Tourism

premium content Newsmakers: Hospitality • Felicita dropping golf, spa business when it reopens in May • Visitors bureau relocating Harrisburg office • Hotel investments up 30 percent in 2013 • Report: Disband Lebanon County Tourism Promotion Agency, install new one

Manufacturing & Distrib

• CSX blames weather for first-quarter loss • Dickinson Township residents file court appeal to stop warehouse plan • Johnson Controls acquires Canadian company in $1.6 billion deal • American Signatures, Souriau in York County to lay off total of 144 workers • Hershey VP takes Ahold’s new VP marketing job

Marketing & Advertising

premium content Awards premium content Santander rebranding introduces global presence to midstate premium content The Whiteboard: When is it time to rebrand? Seven telltale signs it could be soon premium content Awards • Rite Aid acquires Houston-based retail clinic, releases earnings

Nonprofit

premium content Newsmakers: Nonprofits premium content Behind the List with Larry J. Zook premium content Architectural fellowship aims to act as a catalyst premium content In brief: Low-interest disaster loans available in Lancaster County • Report: Nonprofits embrace employee benefits

Real Estate

premium content Newsmakers: Real Estate premium content In brief: State home sales down 6.3 percent in Q1 • Former Harrisburg receiver part of program on municipal financial distress • Three Harrisburg mansions being auctioned this week • York County home sales down 3 percent in Q1

Retail

• Family Dollar mum on fate of stores, including about 20 in midstate • Rite Aid receives accreditation as a specialty pharmacy • Rite Aid creates brand development position • Rite Aid reports up-and-down March premium content In brief: Troegs out of top 50 for U.S. craft brewers

Technology

premium content Is the stock market rigged? Here's our take on the '60 Minutes' coverage • Armstrong World Industries kicks off $41M Lancaster expansion project • Three startups get grants through Carlisle TechCelerator program premium content Health system factors workforce's age diversity into structure of programs, benefits • TechCelerator at Carlisle entrepreneur presentation Thursday

Transportation

• International expo aimed at helping business owners network • Pa. Senate Democrat takes aim at no-bid contracts • New payment options rolled out for Harrisburg's River Street Garage • Cumberland County gets AAA bond rating; commissioners award bridge bid • CAT bus circulator to start April 28

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Blogs

Real Estate Blog: First quarter real estate in review CPBJ Extra Blog: The good, the bad of the midstate banking outlook

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