Gap, Nike CEOs Receive Significant Salary Bumps
When it comes to a 219 percent salary increase, just do it. The New York Times released an infographic last week detailing the 2012 earnings of the 200 highest-paid CEOs in national public companies, which includes some well-known retail brands. Nike's chief boss got that 219 percent bump in pay, going from $11 million in 2011 to $35.2 million last year. The CEO at Gap banked $24.6 million last year, a 154 percent increase from 2011.