Recently we've been calling your attention to some helpful tools that the government has made available on the Internet. Here's another one: the "Executive Pay Finder." It can be found here on the SEC's website.
Just plug in the company whose executives you want to search, the program searches the company's filings, and in seconds you'll have the financial details of the compensation packages of the principal officers.
Or maybe you been offered the presidency of a smaller publicly traded company, but you don't know whether you've been offered a fair financial deal. Go the to Finder, plug in your company's market capitalization or revenue (or both), and the program finds the compensation packages for all publicly traded companies that meet your search criteria.
It's interesting and it's helpful. Try it. (And once you do, you'll think a little harder about how you can get one of those jobs ………..)