Even though this wasn’t clearly defined, Lenovo took its place in the low-cost market segment, while Motorola was allowed to let off steam in the luxury class. Within …
This approach to making a boss pay off on promises works pretty well. When you’re ready to collect, present that “deposit slip” you kept in your file. Be very polite …
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Could this be the best boss ever? The CEO of a New Carolina based computer firm has foregone a $3 million bonus, …
Yuanqing decided to share the wealth after his annual bonus came in $3 million higher this year. Over all, Lenovo had a stellar year and its CEO reeled in about $14 million — a figure that includes salary, incentives, bonuses and benefits.
Yang Yuanqing, CEO of the world's largest PC maker, Lenovo, plans to share a portion of his whacking great bonus with staffers for the second year in a row following bumper sales figures. A pool of 10,000 workers out of the firm's more than …
In addition, the bank will claw back £500,000 of his 2016 bonus. European …
The chief executive of taxpayer-backed Lloyds Banking Group is set to be awarded a bonus worth about £2.5m next month ... At the time of the March announcement, the award to the Lloyds boss of 3.012 million shares was worth £1.485m, …
On top of that, the company announced a 1:1 bonus for its shareholders. This is the third bonus share offering by the company since its listing in 2004. TCS had allotted 1:1 bonus shares in 2006 and 2009. The company also paid a …
Talk about boosting workplace morale. A company spokesperson has confirmed that Lenovo chairman Yang Yuanqing, 48, will be sharing $3.25 million of his bonus with about 10,000 staff members throughout China and 19 other countries. …