Happy Christmas! HP CEO Meg Whitman In 150m% Salary Jump

Meg Whitman , chief executive at Hewlett-Packard, has received a 150 million per cent increase in her salary to what the company calls a “competitive” level. The increase sees her annual salary package rise to $1.5 million from a token $1. In 2011, when Meg Whitman was appointed chief executive of HP, it was relatively normal for heads of technology companies to accept an almost zero salary, given the financial climate.

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