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In addition, ISS said shareholders should take aim against Rupert Murdoch's unusually high pay: an annual base salary of $8.
Thus Berman, who was hired at a record annual base salary of $180,000, will actually earn $175,172 in salary for 2011-12, district spokeswoman Kerry Delf said.
The current average annual base salary for full-time faculty is $63,745.
s board of directors recently approved a title change and increased the annual base salary of Dr.
Fifty-five percent of respondents earn an annual base salary of more than $200,000, and 43 percent receive an annual cash bonus of more than $100,000.
Yudof will receive a compensation package of $828,000 for the 2008-2009 year, which in part consists of an annual base salary of $591,084.
Mulchin's motion and a full vote, the annual base salary for each physician was raised to $175,000.
Knauss, 55, will receive, among other things, an annual base salary of $950,000 and a sign-on cash bonus of $500,000.