Tesla CEO Elon Musk's $2.3 Billion compensation package is an example of poor corporate governance and a self-serving Board (ACCESS Our Commentary HERE). For examples of how to run a business well and fairly compensate CEOs for performance - look no further than CoStar (tkr: CSGP) and SS&C (tkr: SSNC). Our CSGP and SSNC data … Continue reading Tesla’s $2.3 Billion CEO Compensation Package
Month: April 2019
We have updated our CEO Compensation & Pay Disclosure data to reflect Friday's 14A filings. Further, we have segmented our data (ACCESS CEORater's Segmented Data Tables HERE). Page ONE is a summary page, followed by FINTECH companies, LARGE CAP, MID CAP and SMALL CAP companies. Last, we include the Full Universe.
Some CEOs help generate significant returns, while others are content to watch the world burn... Lyft is off 22% from its $72 IPO price, but we will save the glorified taxi discussion for another day. We calculated CEO Pay Ratios for a number of CEOs and Board chairs (ACCESS OUR DATA HERE). Should you wish … Continue reading CEO Pay Ratios
Google Ads, Live Sports, Amazon Ads and In-Game Product Placement all have one thing in common - superiority to Facebook Ads. Why you may ask? Speaking from experience, I do not trust Facebook Ads. We stopped running Facebook Ads for CEORater in Q1'18. We never went "all in". We tested a series of small ads … Continue reading Skip the Facebook Ad
We sifted through TSYS' recent 2018 U.S. Consumer Payments Study and extracted the highlights. You may view the slides below in PDF form by clicking HERE. To read the full report click HERE. Reach us with any questions at email@example.com
Mark Zuckerberg does not trust his people. Facebook is a great example of a company that has lost its way as founder CEO Mark Zuckerberg increasingly exercises control over product decisions. Tightening control. It is difficult to fault Zuckerberg for tightening his grip on Facebook's strategic reins in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. … Continue reading In Zuck We Trust?
A mashup of 3D printing, computer vision, machine learning and other advanced technologies. https://youtu.be/OnWolLQSZic Boston Dynamics (Softbank) "Spot" robot It's an exciting time at the intersection of robotics, computer vision, AI, machine learning, deep learning/neural networks and 3D printing. We roamed MIT's campus earlier this week as we were on site for a 3D printing … Continue reading Autonomous Robots
It's all about the cloud. Given that Amazon's AWS business unit and Microsoft's Azure business unit are the two finalists for the Pentagon's $10 billion "JEDI" contract, we thought it timely to publish AWS, Azure and GCP revenues for the 12-month period ending 12/31/18. As per usual, see the video and image content "below the … Continue reading Cloud Wars: AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Cloud Platform (“GCP”)
Last week Amazon acquired Canvas Technology, an autonomous robotics company designed to automate fulfillment centers. This is Amazon's second acquisition of a robotics company deployed in fulfillment centers. The first was Amazon's March 2012 $775 million acquisition of Kiva Systems, which we had an opportunity to interact with last year in Boston. Amazon reportedly acquired … Continue reading Amazon’s Autonomous Robotics Acquisition: Canvas Technology
There are a number of new streaming content providers on the block such as YouTube TV, ESPN+ and the forthcoming Disney+. In addition, legacy content providers such as the New York Times and CBS have caught subscription fever. (free article) Subscription fatigue? Time will tell. We provide subscriber metrics including number of paid subscribers and … Continue reading Streaming Services Unbound